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Lamia - Hungry

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  1. tgstyle24
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    and again... I come in... and disturb her during her meal... well... you know what I am going to do now... I'm still not ready for being a dessert

    outstanding image-art... and breathtaken in combination with the awesome work of Hans Zimmer
    1. Farvat
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      Thank you, sorry for the late reply, I have published too many sets lately and ''m struggling to keep up with the comments, I hope you managed to escape to her.
  2. SyddSpartan
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    MAN! This is SO COOL! This is what a hungry vampire should look like, brilliance itself Briz, really wonderful work. She looks very very intimidating.
  3. Asaforg
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    Wow, truly horrifying! Fantastic work Fabrizio!
  4. FastBlackCat
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    O.O

    By the Nine and the entire pantheon of Daedric princes, she's both awesome and terrifying. I'm supposing garlic doesn't keep her away, does it?
    1. Farvat
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      I do not know if in Lore garlic has any effect on vampires, but since it is hanging around everywhere, it may be useful.

      Thank you very much!

  5. Excellentium
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    One of your best creations if I may say so!

    Diabolic and fearsome! Splendid character!
    1. Farvat
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      Thank you Rick.
  6. Erydia
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    That's what vampires should look like : feral and frightening .

    Great character!
    1. Farvat
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      Let's say that when I see vampires made by other authors, I smile in a malicious way ...
      Thank you Erydia.

      Quanto siamo educati a non scrivere in italiano.
    2. Erydia
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      E' abitudine raramente capita di conversare in italiano qui.
    3. Farvat
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      Ma è meglio così, tra l'altro l'uso dell'inglese sarebbe teoricamente imposto dalle regole.
  7. AlanGord
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    Yeah, she looks really hungry)
    1. Farvat
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      Better keep her satisfied... thanks for the comment
  8. Lycan777
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    Great looking vampire
    1. Farvat
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      Thank you Lycan!
  9. Klaxoid
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    Fantastic picture Fabrizio!

    Your shots are always a pleasure to check out. I love the colour of the lips with the blood on them. Excellent attention to detail.
    1. Farvat
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      Thank you for your attention ed your appreciation!
  10. Krysos1962
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    What a stark contrast (in the positive sense) to the beauties before. Even evil and bloodthirsty can be beautiful, as you show us here. A very wonderful creation, Fabrizio!

    1. Farvat
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      This meets my character made of dialectic contrasts, as with every now comes something interesting. Typically when other authors attempt to create undead characters, despite the use of good textures, they do not really have the courage to represent a dead body or something really scary. A zombie becomes only a model with some stitching made to the morgue but there are characters made aesthetically for pleasure. In my case the opposite is obvious, so I do not care much about texture but I work a lot on the mesh of the face.
      Thank you very much Juergen.