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Explore the fascinating world of necromancy and learn how to harness its power. Discover top ideas for spells, rituals, and dark arts that will send shivers down your spine.
Alphabet of the Necromancer Common Tongue | Alfabeto de linguagem gestual, Letras estranhas, Ideias de caligrafia Alphabet Symbols, Alphabet Code, Lettering Alphabet, Alphabet Books, Made Up Language Alphabet, The Alphabet, Witches Alphabet, Caligraphy Alphabet, Language Art

Apr 23, 2015 - Description From my books. This is the alphabet of the common tongue, the language of everyday life in the Necromantic Empire Spent a long time writing and re-doing this. I wanted something that flowed, that looked like the letters just naturally blended together, and that took a while to achieve. Now, as a budding linguist, it should be apparent that the only thing that would translate directly into this tongue would be names (it is a whole other language), which is why…

Max Bruijns
The Necromancer, Benjamin Ee on ArtStation at https://www.artstation.com/artwork/2WgxY Dark Fantasy Art, Fantasy Artwork, Fantasy Kunst, Fantasy Witch, Witch Art, Female Artwork, 3d Artwork, Dungeons And Dragons Characters, Fantasy Characters

Lately I’ve had a bit of a gravitation towards yaas queens with a boss ass bitch kind of attitude, and it always seems that necromancers have plenty of that. :P This painting was a lot of fun, especially tying in the botanical theme with her unnatural and creepy powers! I hope you all like it! Special thank you to Karla Ortiz, of whom I took great inspiration from with this piece!

Errol Stange
Dark Fantasy Art, Fantasy Kunst, Fantasy Artwork, Monster Art, Fantasy Monster, Dark Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Creatures Of The Night

Personal illustration done in Photoshop with no references. I had a lot of fun and learnt a lot. Videos (in French, sorry!) : Part 1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4789Khl6QKM Part 2 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlE-yjLBaTQ I hope you'll like it! PS : A BIG thank you to Amélie Hutt (Smirt) and Pierre Raveneau (Asahi) for their invaluable help! Go check their amazing portfolios. :)

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