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NIKON CORPORATION
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Dec 28, 2012, 9:57:27 PM
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All Seeing Blind Shaman by Coffee-Fae All Seeing Blind Shaman by Coffee-Fae
Another creepy critter. A cave dwelling hermit shaman. his eyes may be sightless but sneaking up on him is the worst idea you could have. He is all seeing and all knowing.
!*Edit*! due to demand from my dear friend the description of how this image was birthed...~~ i thought of this while riding in the car. In Tennessee there's a lot of hills. as in everywhere in the mid and east. and when they make highways they have to cut through the hills. Now on either side of the roads are basically cliffs and they have crevasses and mini caves, some now have trees and plants growing out of them. I saw a particularly overgrown crevasse and this old shaman came to mind :3
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DesuDan Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Professional General Artist
What on earth do you and your sister eat before going to bed to think up stuff like this? .___. This is like, proper character concept sketch stuff!
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Coffee-Fae Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Student Photographer
:D i thought of this while riding in the car. In Tennessee there's a lot of hills. as in everywhere in the mid and east. and when they make highways they have to cut through the hills. Now on either side of the roads are basically cliffs and they have crevasses and mini caves, some now have trees and plants growing out of them. I saw a particularly overgrown crevasse and this old shaman came to mind :3
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DesuDan Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Professional General Artist
Wow. ._. Why the hell haven't you added this to the drawing description? YOU NEED TO DO IT. Really it's a fascinating insight into how you thought of this! :o
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Coffee-Fae Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2012  Student Photographer
:O_o: well okay.
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DesuDan Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2012  Professional General Artist
Good, I'm glad you've taken that onboard. :meow: :iconcoffeeplz:
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