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Demon King by thegryph
Demon King
Possibly the most metal thing I have ever painted. Rework of an older piece for the front cover of Jeff Gunhus's next Jack Templar book.
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Water Magician by thegryph
Water Magician
The gold leaf effect in a lot of the Dragon Age: Inquisition artwork made me want to use it on something of mine. PS/Painter IX.
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Loki and Fenrir by thegryph
Loki and Fenrir
A sketchy, villainous version of the historic Disney Princesses series, with a hybrid of Viking and Germanic influences - or, what happens when I watch the latest series of Vikings with my Loki bobblehead to hand.
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Cafeteria by thegryph
Cafeteria
One of a series of backgrounds I did for Voltage's Queen's Gambit.
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Nicole Cardiff
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United States
Freelance illustrator/film concept artist
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Just to make things really easy for people to find:

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Tumblr : sketches, process GIFs, and other stuff I don't usually put up here
Twitter: rarely updated, but here you go
  • Mood: Artistic

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:iconnahmala:
Nahmala Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Student Digital Artist
Your art is incredible. Definitely worth a follow. :)
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thegryph Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
Aw, how sweet! Thanks.
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Davesrightmind Featured By Owner Apr 15, 2015
Here's a watch back at ya Nicole. Sweet works!
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thegryph Featured By Owner Apr 17, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Aw, thanks! Love your monsters; they have so much personality. :)
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gorgewriter Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014
Hello!

I've been searching for an artist for a little while who has what I'm looking for to create a graphic of my main character for a book I'm trying to get published as well as for my website. I finally found you!:) I love your use of color, balance, and seemingly limitless imagination as you bring characters and people to life. I hope you will contact me and we can discuss this project.

Thank you, Dory
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thegryph Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Dory, not sure how to get in touch as you didn't leave an email address, but please check out www.artofnicolecardiff.com/faq… or get in touch via my main email nicolec (at) artofnicolecardiff . com for any questions about commissions.
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KeIIion Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
hello are you open for request i have an nice and funny idea


an sexy woman slays an pack of werewolves

she stand on the top of the mountain with an winning position



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if you dont like to draw werewolves , dinosaur/lizardman would be awsome too.

have an nice day
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matkaminski Featured By Owner May 1, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I've actually been featuring your artwork here... if you happen to have links to any larger versions of these pieces, I would be happy to update each post.

artoflon.tumblr.com/
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lumographia Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014
Not sure if you'll read this, but a quick question. Your work appeared in an issue of ImagineFX (more than one perhaps), and I wonder if you might tell me how accurately the print version of the magazine reproduced your colours. I ask because there seems to be a huge difference between their print magazine and the online digital version, and I'm not sure which is more accurate. I've looked at the online version using several screens, which are mostly in agreement. I've also looked at the personal sites of various artists whose work was show in the magazine, and the print version doesn't come close to matching their colours. Since you know what your original paintings should look like, and how they actually look in the printed magazine, you're in a good position to comment on their accuracy. Thanks.
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thegryph Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Not sure? I'll try to find the magazine somewhere and check for you - I remember it printing a little darker than I painted it, if memory serves, but I don't remember it as a big discrepancy.
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