Dragoncia (Fan Art Portfolio) Brothers in the Lost City

Brothers in the Lost City
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YESSS!!! Finally done coloring this picture! I was going to color the buildings a few different dark grays but I decided to make the buildings look like they were glowing instead. The sky was also just a random idea, my mom said it reminded her of Van Gough. When I was sketching this picture I was going to have two characters on the front building that are brothers but instead I made the second brother lost in the city for some reason, lol. I think what took the longest to color was the golden windows everywhere and the cobblestone pattern on the front building. I don't think I'll be doing a background focused picture again anytime soon, I do like the affect it gives to the overall artwork though. Also, this is the picture that Mangakid and Toyotami-kun convinced me to post when I finished it, thank you for that by the way. :) Sorry about the watermark, but it is necessary sometimes. Anyways, I might post some other stuff later this weekend if I have the time, bye!

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Created
03/15/13
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Personal Fan Art
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black, brothers, city, feathers, lost, sky, swirls, wings
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MangaKid Zuzu Uchiha toyotami kun HotRamen2Go009
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