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4 hours ago, Iridil said:

Wow - great to see this all together - so much to love, so much to come and revisit - creative and well done, detailed without being cluttered. Inspirational!

 

Thank you!

I tried to create "sections" so to speak where each critter got it's own little place.

Glad you like it!

 

2 hours ago, ub3r_n3rd said:

Fantastic work!!

 

Thanks Paul!

You're one of the people I learned from so it means a lot to me that you like it!

 

1 hour ago, Warlady said:

Wow!  Quite the project and an amazing job!

 

Thank you for the kind words!

 

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35 minutes ago, CorallineAlgae said:

A-MA-ZING! ::o::winkthumbs::wub:

 

Thank you!

Comments like these keep me painting!

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You really do need to do a followup module that adjoins to this with that new barge, I don't want the story to end!

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32 minutes ago, Corsair said:

You really do need to do a followup module that adjoins to this with that new barge, I don't want the story to end!

 

Don't worry, both the Lost World and the Nippon Project are ongoing projects.

I also have a few smaller projects that will get updated every now and then ( Children of the Grave, Shifting Sands and Horde of the North), I may have too many ideas, but hey, as long as it's fun, right?

 

One of the barges will probably end up in the Shifting Sands Project, the other is a bit unclear, maybe a pirate ship or something like that for the Lost World, but I'm not sure yet.

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Such a wonderful diorama!  I love all the movement and the sheer number of creatures, makes me imagine I'm right in there.  the water is really, really cool. <3

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13 hours ago, vegascat said:

Such a wonderful diorama!  I love all the movement and the sheer number of creatures, makes me imagine I'm right in there.  the water is really, really cool. <3

 

Thank you!

 

I'm not sure if being there would be a wise thing...

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Wow. Excellent work on bringing everything together and the water came out very well, the sort of mysterious murk that you'd want someone else to step in first...

The variety of creatures adds to the believability of the scene, there is a clear ecosystem here, one which humanity wouldn't be very high on either and the blank gaze of the statue over all of this gives me a similar vibe to the ponderings of civilization and it's impermanace that Robert E Howrad's Conan stories gave off. 

Great job!

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1 hour ago, Lord of the Dish Pit said:

Wow. Excellent work on bringing everything together and the water came out very well, the sort of mysterious murk that you'd want someone else to step in first...

The variety of creatures adds to the believability of the scene, there is a clear ecosystem here, one which humanity wouldn't be very high on either and the blank gaze of the statue over all of this gives me a similar vibe to the ponderings of civilization and it's impermanace that Robert E Howrad's Conan stories gave off. 

Great job!

 

Thank you!

I'm glad I got the Lost Civilization vibe across.

 

It's not really visible in the pics, but underneath the murky water there are some more smaller trilobites and fish.

Under the Dragon Plant there are skulls and a spine in the water.

 

 

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