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Greg and the Beast by magusVroth
Greg and the Beast

"Don't be sad, Gregory. It was your brother's own short-sightedness for caring so little about your well being. He put the two of you out in danger like this, and this is the payment for his mistake." 

"But he didn't do anything wrong! I was supposed to be the leader! I-I don't want him to die! We've gotta go home!"

"...Well, it may not be too late, my child, If you really want to help him. All we have to do is make a little deal..."

Been wanting to make some fan art for this show for a while, and started to wonder what would happen if Greg was too late to help Wirt while he was dreaming. And now I just feel terrible for making this kid so sad

Seriously, though. Love this show :)
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Walk of Hope by magusVroth
Walk of Hope
With autumn at its peak, I've been in a pretty festive mood, so I thought of working on a story more in the style of old folk legends (working title: The Walk of Hope)

The basic premise revolves around a young girl, Nerina Zavatti, and her crass uncle, Marzio Zavatti,  crossing through a strange land called the Whimsical Woods to get to the Northern City and rescue Nerina’s parents. Along the way, they cross all manners of creatures both beastly and benign, like the whimsical wildling Tasso and the eerie stalking scarecrow Zucca, and ultimately change from the people they used to be when they see the darker side of the effect of innovations on the world around them.  


I'm not entirely sure where this premise may go, but I'm hoping I can at least craft it into something fun and whimsical, somewhat distant from all the serious stuff I tend to work on frequently. 


All characters and designs belong to me.
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Hey, y’all. I know it’s been a while since I posted a significant journal entry, so I figured I’d start things off with another concept I’m currently working on, this time for a fantasy story (working title Psalm of Pendansia). While I have a very strong idea on where I want to take the narrative, lately I have been questioning the era in which I want to set the story. Currently, I’m tied between two options, and I’d really appreciate any input you guys have to give me.

Here’s a few facts on the story to help with my decision:

This is a story that’s going to heavily involve humans being rallied into seeing elvenkind as a blight upon the world, as well as many other races in the world. They are organized into demolishing the great elven kingdoms and all other races are free to either join them or be taken down with the elves.

The major powers within this fantasy story are the humans and the elves, with dwarves playing the part of a more subservient race after nearly being wiped out in the Great Inner War that brought centuries of peace between the races. Orcs are a very simple-living, burly race but not evil in the least for this story, while goblins are a more crafty race who work primarily in harnessing mana as a renewable energy source or being commissioned for designing mechanics for the kingdoms.

With a these themes in mind, I’m left to question exactly how I want to set the story:

1. Either have it set during the common trope of the Middle ages, with each of the major races of the world having a vast series of kingdoms, while other races are pretty much subgroups living in the outskirts in subservience or in independent territories. Obviously, themes such as hierarchy and honor will be prevalent, but there’s no prophecy or destiny for any of these characters, just a means of survival.

Or

2. Have it set during the early 20th century, with a hint of fascism on the part of the humans of the story. It’d be way too blunt if I made it shaped like Nazi Germany, so I was almost thinking of something more in the shape of America in the early 1900’s (maybe even the 20’s), when the nation was beginning to become a world power but intolerance was still heavily prevalent within and outside of society.

If you guys do have input on this, I’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks again ;)
Custom Dragon by magusVroth
Custom Dragon
I know I don't particularly post sketches anymore, but it's been a while since I posted anything and I was actually pretty happy with how this one turned out. Had a pretty strong steampunk vibe when I was building him, mostly with the artificial jaws and the blimps on the back :XD:

Doubt that I'm gonna use this for anything in the future, but you never know, right?
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Any Kind: Main Families by magusVroth
Any Kind: Main Families
After ages of artless days, I finally felt the need to get back into the groove for Any Kind, and figured there’d be no better way to share the love than by introducing the families of each of the main characters. (I meant to post this months ago, but the York family took so much time to flesh out that it ended up holding me out) I’ll probably work on developing the families of the other characters, but that’s bound to come much later. And color. Definitely gotta add color later, too….

The Townsends are a very tightly knit family, with a fair deal of publicity surrounding them since their father is a local newscaster. They are often sporadic and hardly in the house at the same time throughout the day, but still enjoy those moments at the end of the day when they can all sit down and be together. From left to right, the family members are Abby (16), Cody (11), Douglas (42), and Abby’s cousin Wyatt Colvin (17)

Clear Weston (17) and her mother Elsa (37) live very modestly together. While Clear’s primary focus is on her studies in order to enter a proper law school, Elsa works to manage their living conditions as a human resource conditioner.

The Greens are a very eccentric bunch with a heavy sporting history in their family. With the patriarch of the family working as a little league coach, and the eldest daughter taking on a sports management internship straight out of college, their main focus is on the growing athletic talent of their son Zack, if his personal affairs don’t get mixed in too heavily. From left to right, the family members are Murphy (45), Nadine (22), Zack (16), and Carren (43)

The Pandolfis are a more self-kept family, who are more focused on artistic pursuits than town participation, but are still fairly sociable with their neighbors. While Jake is the most reserved of them, his mom and dad do all that they can to respect him and help him get ahead in life. From left to right, the family members are Louis (43), Jake (16), and Demetra (44).

The Yorks are your typical lower-class family, where each member of the family over 13 has to do work just so they can all have enough to eat. They live a very humble, but happy life, and while the parents wish for their children to get out of this crummy lifestyle and do great things, the kids feel obligated to stick around to support their parents for all that they did for them when they raised each of them. From left to right, the family members are Gary (22), Oscar (56), Frankie (10), Dennis (15), Marlene (53), Shannon (4), Neil (7), and Robyn (25).

All Characters belong to me, and are a part of my upcoming teen romance comic Any Kind.
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Hey, y’all. I know it’s been a while since I posted a significant journal entry, so I figured I’d start things off with another concept I’m currently working on, this time for a fantasy story (working title Psalm of Pendansia). While I have a very strong idea on where I want to take the narrative, lately I have been questioning the era in which I want to set the story. Currently, I’m tied between two options, and I’d really appreciate any input you guys have to give me.

Here’s a few facts on the story to help with my decision:

This is a story that’s going to heavily involve humans being rallied into seeing elvenkind as a blight upon the world, as well as many other races in the world. They are organized into demolishing the great elven kingdoms and all other races are free to either join them or be taken down with the elves.

The major powers within this fantasy story are the humans and the elves, with dwarves playing the part of a more subservient race after nearly being wiped out in the Great Inner War that brought centuries of peace between the races. Orcs are a very simple-living, burly race but not evil in the least for this story, while goblins are a more crafty race who work primarily in harnessing mana as a renewable energy source or being commissioned for designing mechanics for the kingdoms.

With a these themes in mind, I’m left to question exactly how I want to set the story:

1. Either have it set during the common trope of the Middle ages, with each of the major races of the world having a vast series of kingdoms, while other races are pretty much subgroups living in the outskirts in subservience or in independent territories. Obviously, themes such as hierarchy and honor will be prevalent, but there’s no prophecy or destiny for any of these characters, just a means of survival.

Or

2. Have it set during the early 20th century, with a hint of fascism on the part of the humans of the story. It’d be way too blunt if I made it shaped like Nazi Germany, so I was almost thinking of something more in the shape of America in the early 1900’s (maybe even the 20’s), when the nation was beginning to become a world power but intolerance was still heavily prevalent within and outside of society.

If you guys do have input on this, I’d greatly appreciate it. Thanks again ;)

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RL-3 Featured By Owner 1 day ago
dangit, 2 days late BUT HAPPY BIRTHDAY! :party: I remembered you mentioned that yours was somewhere in Nov~
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Thanks for the :+fav:! And Happy Birthday! :party:
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magusVroth Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Artist
You are very welcome, my friend. Gotta say, I really enjoy your style. And thank you for the best wishes :)
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hanukara Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Happy Birthday Alex!!!  Wish you all the best ^o^
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magusVroth Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student Artist
Aw, thanks very much, Hanning. I appreciate you taking the time to send your wishes to me, my friend. You're the best :)
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hanukara Featured By Owner 1 day ago
:hug: anytime Alex! hope you have a great time there buddy! u deserved it!
no no, ur the best ;) 
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jamesgunner123 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
...a very happy birthday to you sir...=3
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Thanks very much, James :D
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BubbleDriver Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2014  Student Filmographer
<3 Thank you very much for the favourite and support !
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Aw, you're always welcome, Bubble. Always there for a friend, after all :)
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