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Lady Paradoxia - LotC by ClintCearley Lady Paradoxia - LotC by ClintCearley
Created for the game Legends of the Cryptids by Applibot. This is the first image I've done for them and really enjoyed the process.

"To Lady Paradoxia, the universe and all things within it contain both a positive and negative aspect. And so she remains in the ether, at the crossroads of time and space, smiling warmly as she watches over the world."
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XMidnightFantasyX Mar 15, 2014  Student General Artist
WOW!!! This is BADASS!!!! XD XD
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xelxel Feb 18, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
this is my favourite!
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This is the first Legend of the Crytpids artwork that has actually caught my eye. It's also the first time I've seen a LOTC female character and it didn't immediately scream IM A LEGEND OF THE CRYPTIDS FEMALE CHARACTER at me.
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Saw you use this for the grayscale tutorial on Youtube. Very helpful.
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HeliKosunen Jul 19, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This picture is very inspirational to me. I want draw characters as beautiful and cool as you do and draw without lines. I wish I could draw something like this. I have one picture which I wish to edit even thought  I have uploaded it in here.  But thank you of your great art and I wish I could buy your 1o most common mistakes -book! And thank you for the inspiration!
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Arwin-Rand May 27, 2013   General Artist
Thank you so much for the tutorial you did using her about going from grayscale to color. It helped me so much and I still refer back to it when I need help on a painting I'm doing.
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StacyRaven May 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Wonderful work, Damascus! The limited color palette really looks quite good with this painting. I'm really liking all the great detailing work you did as well! Awesome!
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