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The Atlantean General
The Atlantean King
Buried in a small tomb with his Atlantean Sword.
When I was younger,
I honestly thought the skeleton was CROM.
I still think it’s CROM!
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February 8, 2014
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What a fascinating piece! To see that for what I thought it was and then see it for what you have described it as was so contrasting and it felt like I was opening my eyes for the very first time and truly seeing. Where is this piece from? It is so interesting.
This is just nuts. Not only is this one of my favorite movies but to see you actually draw CROM!!!! Your Very talented. Beautiful work, detail is intense.
This drawing, This King, To experienced this movie for the fist time again.
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