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Wizard's Fingers

Flak
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"So, you didn't find anything of interest at the Chasm then?", laughed the barman as he looked at the three dust covered adventurers across the bar from him. "Well, let me tell you of another place that will surely be of more interest to you in your quest for... knowledge, wasn't it?"

"If you take the coast road from here, past the Lizard marshes, past the Stoney Mountains, you will eventually see a collection of huge stone structures rising out from the ocean. They were constructed hundreds of years ago by an insane wizard named Orbitalis who it was rumoured was able to coax the winds and stone of that area to aid him in his unnatural fascination with piling huge rocks on top of each other. So taken with his creations was he, he began building his home on top of them."

"Orbitalis continued building his home over many years, until he too became a casualty of the Night Wars, vanishing during the early days of the war when a thick fog which killed every man, beast, and plant for a hundred miles descended on that part of the coastline."

"Should you go there now, you'll still be able to see Orbitalis' twisted home built on top of one of the ten Fingers, untouched by the years, as though it had been built but yesterday. Should you approach along the cliff, you'll also see the armada of abandoned ships and rotting hulks that litter the shallows there. Some blame pirates, some the northmen who use the bay as their final landfall before their long eastward journey across the oceans, while others say that something is waiting in the winds and stone there, protecting the castle from looters, and waiting for Orbitalis to return...."

Part 2 of the story done (at this rate it should finish about 2010). Now, off to see what you lot have been doing :)

(edit - any similarities between Orbitalis and Joe Vinton are purely coincidental... ;) )

(edit II - for those that are interested, the smaller single tower at the end of the ropebridge is available for download on my website at http://www.digital-wasteland.com ... just find your way to the Resources:Downloads section)
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Aug 14, 2006 8:44:39 pm
HOW IN THE PHUCK DID YOU DO THIS, THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST BRYCE Scenes I've ever seen.

You are a god man!

by seineke Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 8:48:00 pm
Well, I am once again amazed at your intense level of detail in realization, and I shall wait until 2010 to see the end of the story! It's well worth the wait for certain! I could go on and on pondering every little detail you poured into this phenomenal piece, but instead I will say that the entire scene is perfect and all the elements are in unison with each other to such a fantastical degree! Your work is truly inspiring to setup such incredible landscapes, and with remarkable characters and storylines to accompany the image series! That is what true artwork is to me; something that takes a helluva long time to produce, but the outcome is clear of the care that went into it! Absolutely superb artwork in every way and I can't wait to see the rest of the story unfold! *****

by Shardz Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 8:48:26 pm
brilliant design. I love the colours. Fantastic textures.

by woodkz71 Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 8:55:24 pm
Great work. I like the shipwrecks and all the little details in the image. Very well done.

by Svenart Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:03:11 pm
If we have to wait until 2010, then, I too shall - your works have always been worth the wait.

by Incarnadine Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:04:56 pm
I can't wait for more and will wait until 2010 or whenever else. This is simply fantastic. You never cease to amaze with your infinite patience and ability to bring to life everything you do. Another most excellent image....

by dfsmetsfan Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:08:33 pm
Didn't know we were waiting for anything....but this is awesome! Simply amazing! Unbelievable! Stupendous! utterly....well you get the point...

:)

seriously, brilliant work.

by five_by_five Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:31:42 pm
Cool. Love it

by castaneda Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:34:28 pm
Flak, you are just plain AWESOME! Love your work.

by brigadier Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:41:19 pm
Well worth the wait! Awesome image! Fantastic use of textures, wonderful atmosphere, and I especially love the twisted castle! Excellent work! Nice to see you posting! Love the story!!! (:

by CarolSassy Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:41:44 pm
Another masterwork! You inspire me further with everything you do.

by FCLittle Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 9:47:34 pm
Very smooth continuation of your previous narative, and I get a kick out of all the cool details you seem to put in all your pics. looking forward to more installments.

by danamo Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 10:13:50 pm
Fantastic illustration for a wonderfully told tale! I look forward to more! Bravo!

by DennisReed Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 10:59:37 pm
Brilliant, Flak. Indeed, it is ALWAYS worth the wait for your renders.
They never fail to inspire and amaze. Bravo!

by madmaxh Homepage »

Aug 14, 2006 11:25:13 pm
Totally cool image!!

by RubyT Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 12:06:51 am
Wow....impressive stuff.
Very cool image...I like everything about it.
From from render quality, subject matter, storyline and layout.
I like it all.
Well done.
Five stars from me!

by Vertecles Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 12:23:54 am
Ah, Dave.....your images might be few and far between, but my god, they are certainly worth waiting for. Once again, my knees are going to be sore from bowing before the Flak-god ;)

by Andi3d Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 12:32:17 am
Very cool image - you have a unique style, not to mention a mastery of Bryce! Loved the accompanying tale as well!

by SunsetHunter Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 12:51:35 am
Just awesome! Show 'em what Bryce can do :)

by Conniekat8 Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 12:54:22 am
GOOD GRIEF THIS IS AMAZING!!!!!!!!! Stunning...fantastic!!! and thank you for the extra freebies! :)

by Lyne Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 1:02:02 am
Your attention to even the smallest details boggles my mind, I don't have either the time or the patience, two virtues you oviously have plenty off.

by Gaspar Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 1:23:50 am
Very imaginative, excellent work. I like the writing as well, please expand upon it if you will. Digital art with a story may be the way of the future, I hope so anyway, lol.

by steve100 Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 1:59:52 am
amasing details here, and the story? wow!!! love it.
2010 you say mmmmmm (Patients my young Jedi, patients!)

by Pankaj Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 2:47:25 am
Outstanding ! As always.

by sackrat Homepage »

Aug 15, 2006 2:56:56 am
Wonderful image, so much detail. I love those wrecked ships. Well done, Steve:)

by Predatron Homepage »

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