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Battle at Bitter End by AaronMiller Battle at Bitter End by AaronMiller
oil on panel/photoshop

Fan art from the book Agents of Artifice.

This piece won third in the Wizards of the Coast fan art contest.
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Jacob-Cross Featured By Owner Dec 9, 2013
Whoa
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NAPe93 Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
The fancy color with epic action scene just mix and match together.
I like the germ on that creature's head though.
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markg Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2011   Traditional Artist
The colors and action make for a very epic picture here. Great composition and atmosphere :)
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Dumaonca Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2010
I like it -great work-the rain makes it really kool.
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ChaosCampus Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010
Very awesome!
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Eicats Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010
I can see why this won a prize! Beautiful :)

For those of us unfamiliar with the story, can you give some background/stats on the monster and hero? Race, class, that sort of thing. And of course: who won?!
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AaronMiller Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2010  Professional General Artist
would i be mean if i said you'd have to read the book? ;)
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Eicats Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010
haha no, that's cool :)
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AaronMiller Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2010  Professional General Artist
it was a way easier answer than retyping the scene from the book.

it's a summoned sewer monster, made from all the waste and sewage from the area. The black angel is also summoned. The summoner is off screen, since she was in a trance and not very interesting for an action scene. They fight and the angel wins.

does that help?
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Eicats Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2010
Thanks! I am always just curious for any extra insight into an artist's work. Not being familiar with the story, I naturally wanted to know a bit more about the scene, because you've captured the action so well. Thanks for the synopsis!
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