As a new member, The Crusader had a lot to learn from the elder heroes. “Is this dagger good for me?” He asked. The Monk was busy digging in her bag. She said nothing. The Wizard was busy playing with her new ring. She said nothing. The Barbarian was lost in his nostrils. He said nothing. Seems The Witch Doctor was the only one who was aware of The Crusader. And she said: "Where is The Demon Hunter!?"
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Fun Facts: The song "Witch Doctor" was written and performed by Ross Bagdasarian, the creator of Alvin and the Chipmunks. He recorded several other songs as the whole band, yes, he did all the voices, and he created them as a promotional tool for the invention of the voice modifier which made the performances/band possible. His son, Ross Bagdasarian Jr. went on the re-popularize the group, and yes he followed in his father's footsteps and did all the voices for Dave, Alvin, and Simon in the late 1980's to early 1990's TV series, while his wife did the voices of Theodore and the Chipettes.
Ross Jr. was actually going to play Dave in the CGI films, but he decided he was too old. I'm torn about his decision b/c it was a nice thing, I think, that they kept the property all in the family for so long, and yet seeing what they did with it so disgusts me it makes me... not happy... but well... Ross didn't ruin it, someone else did, it's only too bad it had to go down in flames at all.
The Chipmunks just weren't meant to exist in the "real world"... and they always used to sing good songs, not today's tripe pop tunes. If you're looking for the best Alvin and the Chipmunks film I suggest you seek, though it's hard to find currently, "The Chipmunk Adventure."
But of course this is pretty off topic now from where you started with your question... but my answer stands.
Really cool piece, great job! I like the scale in which you showcase Diablo - big and epic. This scene makes the characters seem human, as if we can all relate to them even though their epic fantasy characters. Also, nice flow from the right arm of the Monk through the Witch Doctor's arms to the blade in the Crusader's hand.
amazing digital color you pull it off greatly with super beautiful bright colors .. great use of warm and cool colors e 50/ 50 with it make the image very hd i love it. great bleading with the all the color and it as a mood to it i love the whole thing
I love how Diablo lies defeated in the background and they're all acting as if this epic moment of triumph is less important than... well, Nostrills, rings, bags and daggers, or the absence of the Demon Hunter xD