ARX FATALIS by michelb


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Artwork Stats
Added: Feb 07, 2003
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Artwork Description

Center spread for a video game box. A good exercise in less traditional skin tones.

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Guest's picture

hi, this is my first visit and post to Epilogue. i have been totally spellbound and captivated by all this beautiful art work and the talent is unbelievable! awesome stuff. I wish i had the time to put more into my own art work. this site is motivating to say the least. your work is fantastic!!

becca-lee's picture

beautiful... just lovely! wonderful job.

Guest's picture

I've been going through your pictures. because I found the one of you drawing a charecter of yourself. I think that you are an amazing artist. and you have talents that I wish I could contain. This picture in particular is totally amazing. Yet I haven't looked through the rest of them. This picture is actually one of my most favorites of any I've seen ever. Anyways. Enough of my rambling. Awesome job.

michelb's picture

Glad you liked it David, I'll tell the client. This piece was the interior spread on the American release but in the British version they picked it for the cover but chopped off the arm to fit it in. Ow.

ddoved's picture

hey! I knew this was familiar!
I sell this video game at the store I work in!!! ha! Tongue
amazing work, love the colors! couldn't stop staring at it when it arrived at the store for sale! Smile

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michelb's picture

Thanks for the kind words Danny. There is no real mystery to reaching my "level" just lots and lots of practice. And also realising that almost every painting has a crap stage to get through. After a while you know just to keep on pushing and you'll get to a good finish.

aragorn's picture

Your entire portfolio is absolutely striking. Your piece that got editor's pick certainly deserved it, yet this is my favorite of your pieces. That lighting on this is fabulous, and the flesh tone was pulled off perfectly. I hope to be somewhere near this level in the future.

Art at its best.