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"Black Moon's Bane": A Spelljammer Ship (New Pictures, post #27)

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I fall more in love with this each time I see it. You have an amazing piece of artwork here.

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This thing is so incredibly awesome. I had been waiting and then went sort of inactive when it was finished so this is the first I have seen the end result. Simply outstanding!

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Oh man!! I remember seeing this back when I first joined and I was just  :wow:  :wow:  :wow:  This is awesome!!


I never connected the names after joining the randomness thread. I wonder how many people's projects I liked a long time ago and never realized that I talk to them now... :)

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70 likes as of now, and well deserved.. ( although it should be more!!)


This is one amazing piece.


All those gems, the freehand, the glowy lights, this is excellent and inspiring stuff.


Also love the way you took pics with the wave effects..


Thx for sharing, this is not a mini, this is art!

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