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MtG: Tel-Jilad Fallen by namesjames MtG: Tel-Jilad Fallen by namesjames
Digital - Photoshop CS4

Copyright Wizards of the Coast
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:iconirateresearchers:
I have this card... it's part of my green deck... and shiny.
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xSakuraKurox Oct 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I love the background, I love the warm golden light. It seems almost Egyptian, it's really calming and I can really imagine another world behind that creature.
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Shiva-Diavilla Nov 9, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Wonderful :la:
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wbspectre Oct 30, 2010  Professional General Artist
someone is going to be sorry. Great work man
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:iconfedus14:
Love magic the gathering artwork! Plizz if you have a free time upload Auriok Sunchaser. This lady is amazing!
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:icondcbsupafly:
I'm disappointed I've yet to get a card with your work. Great stuff.
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:iconblazr-san:
3 power, 1 toughness, protection from artifacts AND infect?!!

A Scars of Mirrodin block annoyance worth using!!!! that format will be rife with artifacts, no doubt; so, HOSE 'EM!!!

I went to a local Scars of Mirrodin sealed deck format Prerelease and saw a dude use this card to wreak some uber havoc upon many of the other decks in that event! he also had TWO Skithiryx, the Blight Dragons to add a consistent and quicker victory to the mix!! no shit, he had a B/R/G aligned Infect/Proliferate sealed deck and had no lost games with it - and he's never been to a limited format event before nor has he ever had any draft or sealed experience, according to what he told me after the six-round onslaught.

dude went in a greenhorn, came out a full-blown, blood-drenched, warrior-king Planeswalker... I was enthused and impressed and still am!!!!

and he thanks this elf for all the worlds he dominated as a first timer!!!!!
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:iconjasonedmiston:
I'm a BIG fan of your work James.

Can you take a little constructive critique? You perspective's a little off in the area where the hand touches the wall. If you are assuming that the hand is touching the wall, and you were to draw a line down from the hand to the floor, and across to the figure, it appears that the legs would be too short. The walls need to be longer, or the hand can't be touching the wall in order to make the perspective believable.

Everything else is great though!
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:iconnamesjames:
I don't mind at all mate. My perspective drawing is a bit rubbish:)
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