Hi there guys! I was lucky to do the cover and be part of N3ON City Rumble an awesome “beat ‘em up” card game that simulates 5-on-5 tag team combat between mutant martial artists, along :icondavywagnarok: and :icondarkdux: :)This project is right now on Kickstarter, you can know more about it, be a backer or help us and tell everyone you know about the kickstarter: :)https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/davywagnarok/n30n-city-rumble© COPYRIGHT 2014 DAVY WAGNAROK—————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIVPSCS/Bamboo/music:  Yang & Yun’s Theme - Crowded Street [SF III.3] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxSzC2LhxN8

Hi there guys! I was lucky to do the cover and be part of N3ON City Rumble an awesome “beat ‘em up” card game that simulates 5-on-5 tag team combat between mutant martial artists, along :icondavywagnarok: and :icondarkdux: :)

This project is right now on Kickstarter, you can know more about it, be a backer or help us and tell everyone you know about the kickstarter: :)

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A very old doodle done just for fun  because everybody loves cartoon Robotnik/Eggman
A very old doodle done just for fun :P because everybody loves cartoon Robotnik/Eggman :D
Hi there guys! This is an image I did the last year for NATGEO: Everything Mythology, as an example of how a mythological monster can be created based in base a several descriptions or mix different animals. Lets play a game, let´s put a name to this creature:a)Sharkwolfeaglesnakemanb)My-father-was-a-streetshark-and-my-mother-was-a-furry-but-no-idea-why-I-have-a-bird-head-and-a-snake-tailc)Tutti Frutti MonsterI´m planning to do a digital sketchbook to compile all my sketches… you will buy it for digital download? Poll herehttp://genzoman.deviantart.com/journal/poll/4541728/—————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

Hi there guys! This is an image I did the last year for NATGEO: Everything Mythology, as an example of how a mythological monster can be created based in base a several descriptions or mix different animals. Lets play a game, let´s put a name to this creature:

a)Sharkwolfeaglesnakeman

b)My-father-was-a-streetshark-and-my-mother-was-a-furry-but-no-idea-why-I-have-a-bird-head-and-a-snake-tail

c)Tutti Frutti Monster

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Hi there guys! there goes an sketch I did some time ago. She is Farore, the third oracle for the -sadly- cancelled third game of the Oracle trilogy for GBA. I always like how she looks more childish and playful than the other oracles. Well, at least she appears in Seasons and Ages Games :)There is another sketches I did
Din - http://fav.me/d7obm2l
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Hi there guys! there goes an sketch I did some time ago. She is Farore, the third oracle for the -sadly- cancelled third game of the Oracle trilogy for GBA. I always like how she looks more childish and playful than the other oracles. Well, at least she appears in Seasons and Ages Games :)

There is another sketches I did

Din - http://fav.me/d7obm2l

Nayru - http://fav.me/d7pdip1

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Hi there guys! Charizard is the favorite pokemon of my son, Nicolas. Long story: My girl give me Pokemon X as xmas presente, my 6 yers old kid didnt know too much about pokemon, he just watched a couple of episodes of the show on Cartoon Network, he wanted to give a try, it was OK for me, sice I tought he will leave the game after a hour or so… I WAS SO WRONG!!! he become a big fan of the game, now he collects everything related to the Pokemon, and become better and better with the game till he defeated Diantha a few days ago and now he want to start Fire Red… and me? and my stolen xmas present? well, as a father you enjoy this kind of moments: We watched the whole show together, this make me go back in time to the times when I was a younger… Pokemon, like a hobby between father and son, is even better that I remember when I was younger  … and now I had the perfect excuse to get Pokemon Y This an image done for The Official Chilean Pokédex Project:https://www.facebook.com/PokedexChile?fref=photoVIDEO PROCESS HERE!http://www.livestream.com/genzoman/video?clipId=pla_72ffea53-6ea6-4377-9b91-e90e6adbdc14PS: before you ask, my favorite pokemon is MurkrowPSCS4/Wacom Bamboo/6 Hours/Music:  Pokemon Battle vs Trainer by Leslie Wai https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QOzFOjB-JBo—————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

Hi there guys! Charizard is the favorite pokemon of my son, Nicolas. Long story: My girl give me Pokemon X as xmas presente, my 6 yers old kid didnt know too much about pokemon, he just watched a couple of episodes of the show on Cartoon Network, he wanted to give a try, it was OK for me, sice I tought he will leave the game after a hour or so… I WAS SO WRONG!!! he become a big fan of the game, now he collects everything related to the Pokemon, and become better and better with the game till he defeated Diantha a few days ago and now he want to start Fire Red… and me? and my stolen xmas present? well, as a father you enjoy this kind of moments: We watched the whole show together, this make me go back in time to the times when I was a younger… Pokemon, like a hobby between father and son, is even better that I remember when I was younger  … and now I had the perfect excuse to get Pokemon Y 

This an image done for The Official Chilean Pokédex Project:
https://www.facebook.com/PokedexChile?fref=photo

VIDEO PROCESS HERE!
http://www.livestream.com/genzoman/video?clipId=pla_72ffea53-6ea6-4377-9b91-e90e6adbdc14

PS: before you ask, my favorite pokemon is Murkrow

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Estimados! Este Miercoles 9 tendremos el Lanzamiento de “Quejas de mi vida” Volumen 2 by FELO a las 19 hrs en Café Cómics Estare presentando el libro, asi que los espermos en el lanzamiento (y aprovechen de llevarse el libro firmado)… BTW; dejo aqui un fanart que hice el año pasado de Quejas :) Nos Vemos!

Hi there guys! here goes another sketch I did time ago about Zelda´s Oracle games, This time, a sketch about Nayru. Love both oracle games, I always feel more closer to 2D zelda than 3D ones (even my favorite one is Majora, but along Link´s Awakening).Here you can find also one of Din:http://fav.me/d7obm2lI´m planning to do a digital sketchbook to compile all my sketches… you will buy it for digital download? Poll herehttp://genzoman.deviantart.com/journal/poll/4541728/—————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

Hi there guys! here goes another sketch I did time ago about Zelda´s Oracle games, This time, a sketch about Nayru. Love both oracle games, I always feel more closer to 2D zelda than 3D ones (even my favorite one is Majora, but along Link´s Awakening).
Here you can find also one of Din:
http://fav.me/d7obm2l

I´m planning to do a digital sketchbook to compile all my sketches… you will buy it for digital download?
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Hi there guys! There goes an image done time ago for NatGeo: Everything Mythology. Ganesh is one of my favorite gods of Hind pantheon. I hope you like it :)PSCS4/bamboo/7hours/music: Wire the Drum - Porcupine tree https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6yfsAToS5gLET´S WIKIATTACK!Ganesha is one of the most popular deities in the Hindu pantheon. He is closely associated with the daily lives of millions of Hindus even today. As he is reputed to be a remover of obstacles he is propitiated before the beginning of any new venture whether it is the building of a new house, the writing of a book, the beginning of a journey or the starting of a new business. His images adorn the walls of innumerable business establishments across India. It is customary for businessmen to seek his blessings each morning before they get down to business. Ganesha is also the god of wisdom and prudence. These qualities are signified through his two wives: Buddhi (wisdom) and Siddhi (prudence). Ganesha has a thorough knowledge of the scriptures and is a superb scribe. This latter quality is manifest through the fact that he is the scribe to whom Vyas Dev (the narrator of the Hindu epic Mahabharata) narrated his enormous epic. Ganesha did this work so thoroughly that the Mahabharata is one of the most harmonious works in the Hindu scriptures. Scholars, both mythical and historical, explain that this is so because, before undertaking to do the work, Ganesha stipulated that the dictation should never falter and that he should, at all times, be able to understand what was being said. Thus, it is not strange that such a conscientious god is propitiated by all and sundry.Ganesha is represented as a short, pot-bellied man with yellow skin, four arms and an elephant’s head with only one tusk. In his four hands he customarily holds a shell, a chakra (discus), a mace and a water-lily. His unusual steed is a rat. Ganesha is the second son of Shiva and Parvati. There are many versions of how he was conceived. The most popular version is narrated hereunder.Shiva and Parvati were leading a quiet life on Mount Kailash, Shiva’s habitual abode. In fact, life was too quiet and sedate for Parvati, who had nothing much to do all day as her chosen lord was mostly either immersed in deep meditation or obfuscated by the fumes of ganja (marijuana). For company there was Nandi, Shiva’s bull, and his host of ghosts, who are said to inhabit Kailash and give Shiva company, especially when he smokes ganja and wants some song and dance to liven things up a bit. Of course, Parvati was feeling bored and wanted someone she could be more involved with. So she began to call upon Vishnu in prayer to grant her a son. Vishnu soon granted her wish and Parvati gave birth to a beautiful boychild she named Ganesha.At birth, Ganesha was a perfectly normal boy, with perfect features and body parts, as befits one conceived by a goddess. How he got an elephant’s head is another story. Parvati was so pleased at his birth and so proud of his beauty that she invited all the gods and goddesses to come to Kailash and admire him. All the celestial beings came and admired and blessed the boy except Sani (Saturn), Parvati’s own brother. This was because Sani had been cursed by his wife and the impact of the curse was that as soon as he looked at someone that person was instantly reduced to ashes.Naturally, Sani was somewhat reluctant to cause the incineration his own sister’s newborn baby but Parvati was feeling so elated that she threw caution to the winds and pleaded with Sani to at least cast his eyes once upon the boy. Sani, perforce, to please his sister, came and, holding his newborn nephew in his arms, hesitatingly gave him one look. That was enough to do the damage. Ganesha’s head flew off as soon as his uncle looked at him. Parvati started crying bitterly but Brahma, who was present at this time, comforted her and said that if the head of the first creature that was found would be cut off and transplanted on Ganesha’s neck he would live. So Vishnu, who was also present, set off on Garuda in search of any animal he may find. He had to travel all the way down Mount Kailash before, at the foothills, he found an elephant dozing on a riverbank. He immediately cut off the elephant’s head and came back.Thus, this is how Ganesha got his pachyderm head. That he is pot-bellied is not a sign of any particular ugliness. The Hindu idea of beauty portrays both men and women with pot-bellies as these are signs of well-fed prosperity.The elephant’s head that Vishnu brought for Ganesha was perfect in all respects, with two tusks, but the pot-bellied god is habitually shown with only one tusk. The story behind how he lost one tusk makes interesting telling.Shiva was in the habit of intruding upon Parvati while she was bathing. This was rather infrequently, only when that god was not under the influence of ganja. Anyway, Parvati found this habit of her forgetful lord rather annoying. One day, when the beautiful goddess was about to get a bath in the water of a pool inside a cave, she took the precaution of positioning Ganesha, her favorite son, at the entrance of the cave. She strictly instructed him not to let anybody in while she was inside. So it was that Ganesha stood guard while his mother bathed inside till he spied his father ambling towards the cave. Coming up to the cave entrance, Shiva demanded admittance but Ganesha stood his ground bravely and refused to allow his father in.Shiva was astounded at this. He protested that no-one had the right to keep him away from his rightful wife but Ganesha did not budge from his post saying that he would not disobey his mother’s instructions. Shiva, hot-tempered as he was, flew into a terrific rage and attacked his own son. Ganesha parried his father’s attack and both fought for quite some time. All this while Parvati unwittingly went on bathing inside, unaware that her ablutionary precaution was causing unforeseen dissension within her family. Son and father fought till, at last, Shiva hurled his trident, his supreme weapon, at his son. Ganesha would not parry this as, to do so, would be to show great disrespect for his father. So he took the blow from the trident on one tusk, which broke off. At this point in time, Parvati emerged from her bath and, perceiving what has been going on, hastened to bring amity back to her family. Since then Ganesha, benevolent initiator, has had one tusk.There is another interesting story pertaining to Ganesha and his brother Karttikeya. Both wanted to marry Buddhi and Siddhi. So, at last, they decided between themselves that the first of them to circumnavigate the earth entirely would get their hands in marriage. Karttikeya set out on foot to circle the earth but Ganesha sat at home studying the scriptures. After long years of travel Karttikeya returned, only to find that his brother was already married to the two ladies. Ganesha had stayed at home and studied the scriptures and, through his studies, had gone round the earth in much lesser time than his more physical and less astute brother, Karttikeya, had on foot. —————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

Hi there guys! There goes an image done time ago for NatGeo: Everything Mythology. Ganesh is one of my favorite gods of Hind pantheon. I hope you like it :)
PSCS4/bamboo/7hours/music: Wire the Drum - Porcupine tree
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6yfsAToS5g


LET´S WIKIATTACK!

Ganesha is one of the most popular deities in the Hindu pantheon. He is closely associated with the daily lives of millions of Hindus even today. As he is reputed to be a remover of obstacles he is propitiated before the beginning of any new venture whether it is the building of a new house, the writing of a book, the beginning of a journey or the starting of a new business. His images adorn the walls of innumerable business establishments across India. It is customary for businessmen to seek his blessings each morning before they get down to business. Ganesha is also the god of wisdom and prudence. These qualities are signified through his two wives: Buddhi (wisdom) and Siddhi (prudence). Ganesha has a thorough knowledge of the scriptures and is a superb scribe. This latter quality is manifest through the fact that he is the scribe to whom Vyas Dev (the narrator of the Hindu epic Mahabharata) narrated his enormous epic. Ganesha did this work so thoroughly that the Mahabharata is one of the most harmonious works in the Hindu scriptures. Scholars, both mythical and historical, explain that this is so because, before undertaking to do the work, Ganesha stipulated that the dictation should never falter and that he should, at all times, be able to understand what was being said. Thus, it is not strange that such a conscientious god is propitiated by all and sundry.Ganesha is represented as a short, pot-bellied man with yellow skin, four arms and an elephant’s head with only one tusk. In his four hands he customarily holds a shell, a chakra (discus), a mace and a water-lily. His unusual steed is a rat. Ganesha is the second son of Shiva and Parvati. There are many versions of how he was conceived. The most popular version is narrated hereunder.Shiva and Parvati were leading a quiet life on Mount Kailash, Shiva’s habitual abode. In fact, life was too quiet and sedate for Parvati, who had nothing much to do all day as her chosen lord was mostly either immersed in deep meditation or obfuscated by the fumes of ganja (marijuana). For company there was Nandi, Shiva’s bull, and his host of ghosts, who are said to inhabit Kailash and give Shiva company, especially when he smokes ganja and wants some song and dance to liven things up a bit. Of course, Parvati was feeling bored and wanted someone she could be more involved with. So she began to call upon Vishnu in prayer to grant her a son. Vishnu soon granted her wish and Parvati gave birth to a beautiful boychild she named Ganesha.At birth, Ganesha was a perfectly normal boy, with perfect features and body parts, as befits one conceived by a goddess. How he got an elephant’s head is another story. Parvati was so pleased at his birth and so proud of his beauty that she invited all the gods and goddesses to come to Kailash and admire him. All the celestial beings came and admired and blessed the boy except Sani (Saturn), Parvati’s own brother. This was because Sani had been cursed by his wife and the impact of the curse was that as soon as he looked at someone that person was instantly reduced to ashes.Naturally, Sani was somewhat reluctant to cause the incineration his own sister’s newborn baby but Parvati was feeling so elated that she threw caution to the winds and pleaded with Sani to at least cast his eyes once upon the boy. Sani, perforce, to please his sister, came and, holding his newborn nephew in his arms, hesitatingly gave him one look. That was enough to do the damage. Ganesha’s head flew off as soon as his uncle looked at him. Parvati started crying bitterly but Brahma, who was present at this time, comforted her and said that if the head of the first creature that was found would be cut off and transplanted on Ganesha’s neck he would live. So Vishnu, who was also present, set off on Garuda in search of any animal he may find. He had to travel all the way down Mount Kailash before, at the foothills, he found an elephant dozing on a riverbank. He immediately cut off the elephant’s head and came back.Thus, this is how Ganesha got his pachyderm head. That he is pot-bellied is not a sign of any particular ugliness. The Hindu idea of beauty portrays both men and women with pot-bellies as these are signs of well-fed prosperity.The elephant’s head that Vishnu brought for Ganesha was perfect in all respects, with two tusks, but the pot-bellied god is habitually shown with only one tusk. The story behind how he lost one tusk makes interesting telling.Shiva was in the habit of intruding upon Parvati while she was bathing. This was rather infrequently, only when that god was not under the influence of ganja. Anyway, Parvati found this habit of her forgetful lord rather annoying. One day, when the beautiful goddess was about to get a bath in the water of a pool inside a cave, she took the precaution of positioning Ganesha, her favorite son, at the entrance of the cave. She strictly instructed him not to let anybody in while she was inside. So it was that Ganesha stood guard while his mother bathed inside till he spied his father ambling towards the cave. Coming up to the cave entrance, Shiva demanded admittance but Ganesha stood his ground bravely and refused to allow his father in.Shiva was astounded at this. He protested that no-one had the right to keep him away from his rightful wife but Ganesha did not budge from his post saying that he would not disobey his mother’s instructions. Shiva, hot-tempered as he was, flew into a terrific rage and attacked his own son. Ganesha parried his father’s attack and both fought for quite some time. All this while Parvati unwittingly went on bathing inside, unaware that her ablutionary precaution was causing unforeseen dissension within her family. Son and father fought till, at last, Shiva hurled his trident, his supreme weapon, at his son. Ganesha would not parry this as, to do so, would be to show great disrespect for his father. So he took the blow from the trident on one tusk, which broke off. At this point in time, Parvati emerged from her bath and, perceiving what has been going on, hastened to bring amity back to her family. Since then Ganesha, benevolent initiator, has had one tusk.There is another interesting story pertaining to Ganesha and his brother Karttikeya. Both wanted to marry Buddhi and Siddhi. So, at last, they decided between themselves that the first of them to circumnavigate the earth entirely would get their hands in marriage. Karttikeya set out on foot to circle the earth but Ganesha sat at home studying the scriptures. After long years of travel Karttikeya returned, only to find that his brother was already married to the two ladies. Ganesha had stayed at home and studied the scriptures and, through his studies, had gone round the earth in much lesser time than his more physical and less astute brother, Karttikeya, had on foot.

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AMIGOS DE VALPARAISO Y LA QUINTA REGION: Mañana Miercoles 2, estare a las 11 AM en la UPLA, dando una charla gratuita de color digital. Sera una charla sobre el proceso de ilustracion y diseño de personajes ademas una demo para quieran aprender el proceso en vivo. Nos vemos a las 11 en la Universidad de Playa Ancha. :)————————————Hi there! This is an image I did the last year for NatGeo: Everything Mythology with two of my favorite norse myth: Odin and Fenrir. I hope you like it.PSCS4/Bamboo/7hours/music: Therion - Black Sunhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CLC2UUpcQQ&feature=kp————————————LETS WIKIATTACK!!!Fenrir (or Fenris) is a gigantic and terrible monster in the shape of a wolf. He is the eldest child of Loki and the giantess Angrboda. The gods learned of a prophecy which stated that the wolf and his family would one day be responsible for the destruction of the world. They caught the wolf and locked him in a cage. Only the god of war, Tyr, dared to feed and take care of the wolf.When he was still a pup they had nothing to fear, but when the gods saw one day how he had grown, they decided to render him harmless. However, none of the gods had enough courage to face the gigantic wolf. Instead, they tried to trick him. They said the wolf was weak and could never break free when he was chained. Fenrir accepted the challenge and let the gods chain him. Unfortunately, he was so immensely strong that he managed to break the strongest fetters as if they were cobwebs.After that, the gods saw only one alternative left: a magic chain. They ordered the dwarves to make something so strong that it could hold the wolf. The result was a soft, thin ribbon: Gleipnir. It was incredibly strong, despite what its size and appearance might suggest. The ribbon was fashioned of six strange elements: the footstep of a cat; the roots of a mountain; a woman’s beard; the breath of fishes; the sinews of a bear; and a bird’s spittle.The gods tried to trick the wolf again, only this time Fenrir was less eager to show his strength. He saw how thin the chain was, and said that was no pride in breaking such a weak chain. Eventually, though, he agreed, thinking that otherwise his strength and courage would be doubted. Suspecting treachery however, he in turn asked the gods for a token of good will: one of them had to put a hand between his jaws. The gods were not overly eager to do this, knowing what they could expect. Finally, only Tyr agreed, and the gods chained the wolf with Gleipnir. No matter how hard Fenrir struggled, he could not break free from this thin ribbon. In revenge, he bit off Tyr’s hand.Being very pleased with themselves, the gods carried Fenrir off and chained him to a rock (called Gioll) a mile down into the earth. They put a sword between his jaws to prevent him from biting. On the day of Ragnarok, Fenrir will break his chains and join the giants in their battle against the gods. He will seek out Odin and devour him. Vidar, Odin’s son, will avenge his father by killing the wolf. —————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

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Hi there! This is an image I did the last year for NatGeo: Everything Mythology with two of my favorite norse myth: Odin and Fenrir. I hope you like it.

PSCS4/Bamboo/7hours/music: Therion - Black Sun
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CLC2UUpcQQ&feature=kp

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LETS WIKIATTACK!!!
Fenrir (or Fenris) is a gigantic and terrible monster in the shape of a wolf. He is the eldest child of Loki and the giantess Angrboda. The gods learned of a prophecy which stated that the wolf and his family would one day be responsible for the destruction of the world. They caught the wolf and locked him in a cage. Only the god of war, Tyr, dared to feed and take care of the wolf.When he was still a pup they had nothing to fear, but when the gods saw one day how he had grown, they decided to render him harmless. However, none of the gods had enough courage to face the gigantic wolf. Instead, they tried to trick him. They said the wolf was weak and could never break free when he was chained. Fenrir accepted the challenge and let the gods chain him. Unfortunately, he was so immensely strong that he managed to break the strongest fetters as if they were cobwebs.After that, the gods saw only one alternative left: a magic chain. They ordered the dwarves to make something so strong that it could hold the wolf. The result was a soft, thin ribbon: Gleipnir. It was incredibly strong, despite what its size and appearance might suggest. The ribbon was fashioned of six strange elements: the footstep of a cat; the roots of a mountain; a woman’s beard; the breath of fishes; the sinews of a bear; and a bird’s spittle.The gods tried to trick the wolf again, only this time Fenrir was less eager to show his strength. He saw how thin the chain was, and said that was no pride in breaking such a weak chain. Eventually, though, he agreed, thinking that otherwise his strength and courage would be doubted. Suspecting treachery however, he in turn asked the gods for a token of good will: one of them had to put a hand between his jaws. The gods were not overly eager to do this, knowing what they could expect. Finally, only Tyr agreed, and the gods chained the wolf with Gleipnir. No matter how hard Fenrir struggled, he could not break free from this thin ribbon. In revenge, he bit off Tyr’s hand.Being very pleased with themselves, the gods carried Fenrir off and chained him to a rock (called Gioll) a mile down into the earth. They put a sword between his jaws to prevent him from biting. On the day of Ragnarok, Fenrir will break his chains and join the giants in their battle against the gods. He will seek out Odin and devour him. Vidar, Odin’s son, will avenge his father by killing the wolf.



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 ————————————————————————————————————————AMIGOS DE ANTOFAGASTA! Hoy Sabado 28 estare en asistiendo al evento Anime Essential “Carnival edition”, sera una oportuniad para conocernos y dejarles un recuerdo :) estare pintando en vivo durante el evento, por lo que ademas sera una oprtunidad para conocer el proceso en vivo, nos vemos alla! :)https://www.facebook.com/events/629499357131438/?ref=ts&fref=ts————————————————————————————————————————Hi there guys! here goes a sketch of Din, my favorite oracle from zelda games :) I hope you like it. I´m replaying the GB games, I always feel something very special about Zelda series on GB, Oracle games was awesome and Seasons is my second favorite 2D zelda game behind Link´s Awakening (majora is my favorite 3D zelda).I´m planning to do a digital sketchbook to compile all my sketches… you will buy it for digital download? Poll herehttp://genzoman.deviantart.com/journal/poll/4541728/—————————————You can share my art! Thanks :)—————————————-DEVIANTART-FACEBOOK-TUMBLR-TWITTER-LIVESTREAM-PIXIV

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AMIGOS DE ANTOFAGASTA! Hoy Sabado 28 estare en asistiendo al evento Anime Essential “Carnival edition”, sera una oportuniad para conocernos y dejarles un recuerdo :) estare pintando en vivo durante el evento, por lo que ademas sera una oprtunidad para conocer el proceso en vivo, nos vemos alla! :)
https://www.facebook.com/events/629499357131438/?ref=ts&fref=ts
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Hi there guys! here goes a sketch of Din, my favorite oracle from zelda games :) I hope you like it. I´m replaying the GB games, I always feel something very special about Zelda series on GB, Oracle games was awesome and Seasons is my second favorite 2D zelda game behind Link´s Awakening (majora is my favorite 3D zelda).

I´m planning to do a digital sketchbook to compile all my sketches… you will buy it for digital download?
Poll here
http://genzoman.deviantart.com/journal/poll/4541728/

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You can share my art! Thanks :)
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