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Kornell Calix - Warlord CCG by Shockbolt Kornell Calix - Warlord CCG by Shockbolt
One of my first Illustrations for Warlord CCG now owned by Phoenix Interactive.

I did a handful of illustrations for the Shattered Empires expansion set now before December 2008.

As are with these types of illustrations, the printed images are much smaller than what is seen here, often only a couple of inches each way on the gamecards.

Check out the game here: [link]

Do not use this artwork for any reason.
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SerovarBlowtorch Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2009  Hobbyist General Artist
Whoa, great detail all over! :D Especially on the frog.
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Shockbolt Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Ahh..the frog! Thanks :-)
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City-of-Zeroes Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2009
Its good to see that Doc Hopper from the Muppet Movie is still able to make a living. A lot of people think that he was a flash in the pan, but this shows how he stays true to his colors!

(No gloves on a hand holding a poison frog is o_O )
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Shockbolt Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
no glove means hardcore :XD:
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City-of-Zeroes Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2009
sssshhhhure o_O
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totallyunmotivated Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2009
I like the atmosphere. The man's outfit looks really cool. :D
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Shockbolt Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Thank You!
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totallyunmotivated Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2009
You're welcome!
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Drudicta Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2009
How do you make your art look like oil paintings? I can never figure that out. D;

and... that man looks.. wise... and cold.
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Shockbolt Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2009  Professional Digital Artist
Uhm...alot of people prefer to make the grayscale image and colors on separate layers. I usually paint everything straight ahead combining both in a single layer, using the smudge tool. So it depends on the type of brush You're using (round brushes most of the time) and the strenght You're smudging it with.
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