12toMidnight: Last Rites by aridante

12toMidnight: Last Rites

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Added: Jul 25, 2003
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Cover art for 12toMidnight's d20 campaign, "Last Rites." Plugging synopsis here.....

"The Nazi’s left their cruel mark on the world’s psyche more than 50 years ago, and some of those scars still bleed. Hitler and other high-ranking Nazi’s were obsessed by the Occult. They used their knowledge of the arcane in their failed attempt at world domination. Cruel and horrible experiments were conducted on Jews, Gypsies, Homosexuals, the infirmed, and the physically and mentally disabled. Even innocent children were subject to the vile experiments of these evil men. Fortunately the allies defeated the Nazis. The experiments’ survivors were freed and humanity hoped that their evil would never resurface.

Unfortunately, it has.

Heheh Laughing out loud Original is watercolor & gouache, 9" x 12" (look Patrick, I fixed it!)

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Mensje's picture

Bring it, Fritz. You won't have us hesitating too long this time.

Mensje's picture

Bring it, Fritz. You won't have us hesitating too long this time.

Guest's picture

your best ever if you were man i will be so aroused cuz im sick lo i dont know my strange hateful looking for alleys and political excitement and agreement in unity insane or agitator or what i dont know at least confused

Guest's picture

WOW! this picture is making me feel dizzy n sick. the perspective plus theme gets me in my gutts. bravo, n great idea. btw, who's the child ghost in the back? the spirit of the dead come to watch his just end? or a haunt, a reminder of the evil he's done?

Guest's picture

i wanted to tell u that this is a beautiful homeage that really captures the feeling of those wonderful books.
im especially happy to discover my guess was right about the origin of ur site's name. its always a nice surprize to know ur right. Smile
great job!

pakage's picture

I don't know how this slipped past without me seeing it posted but it turned out really awesome. I remember the perspective issue you were trying to work out. Looks like it turned out great.

Guest's picture

Freaky story! This is a beautifully rendered image, and you've worked with the perspective really well. My favourite part is the grey walls and clock and bookshelf, they really push the main figure 'in your face'. Great work!

mermalior's picture

Damn! You are awesome. Where do come from your ideas? The composition and the lightings, ehr, everything is on the right place. Talented bastard:)

Guest's picture

Anneth, I want you to know how much we love your art!!! (Don't go raising the prices on us!)

www.12tomidnight.com

Guest's picture

Omg...This is so very good! I have never seen something that shows this much emotion on such a horrid subject. And like the other person I would hate to see what's on those pages. But I think I already know....='S...Keep up the great work.

Guest's picture

I really like the style! All the details, are so nice and interestings!
Manon:-)

Guest's picture

Now that is a powerful painting. I'm afraid to find out what's on those pages.

Art at its best.