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Tannenmoor by Rode-Egel Tannenmoor by Rode-Egel
Tannenmoor
A damp and foggy marsh forest harbors strange and scary creatures
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oh god, this is exactly like one of my childhood nightmares: I'm running around, utterly lost, in a pine forest in winter time, and I hear this weird noise and see...

this.

Thank you for giving me such a delicious, scary trip down memory lane!
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Rode-Egel Feb 4, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey!
Thanx for the com(pli)ment.
Glad that I could make something in your head bubble up.
Enjoy!

:happybounce:
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:icontiamat9:
Amazing imagery. I love the creature work and setting. Great detailing and fine sense of dread. Well designed.
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Rode-Egel Jul 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey!
Thanx a lot for the com(pli)ment!
:D
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:icontiamat9:
You're welcome:). Nicely done.
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Rode-Egel Jul 9, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
;)
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Impaled-Corpse Apr 1, 2012   Traditional Artist
You've been featured [link]
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Rode-Egel Apr 3, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Hey!
Thanx a lot!!!
I really am a tree-man.
Love to be close to trees.
The texture, the power, the mysterie...
Great feature!
:hooray:
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Impaled-Corpse Apr 4, 2012   Traditional Artist
YES!
And the smell of the trees is really awesome!
As a kid I grow up climbing on the trees and staying there all day! :w00t:
You're welcome for the feature and glad you enjoyed! :D
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Rode-Egel Apr 5, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Specially the needled ones!
Strange thing is that the region of the Netherlands that gave it's name to our country, Holland (Holtland = treecountry) has almost no trees left...
Cities and meadows are all that you can see on the horizon, and water...
I myself lived for most of my life in the eastern and northern part, less cities, more countryside.
Trees make me feel at peace.
:)
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