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    • Tutoriart Fantasy Art na galeria e capas de disco de Ken Kelly O artista americano Ken Kelly é um renomado ilustrador de fantasy art, com vários artbooks publicados, capas de disco (KISS, Manowar) e exposições. Confira a galeria preparada pelo Tutoriart!

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      Jungle girl with two white tigers

    • Laura No-Esta

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    Early Concept form 'Jack The Giant Killer' Okay, it isn't a tree but close enough. :-D Jack, don't climb up there! You don't need a singing harp THAT much!

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