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New Mortal Gods Art

Mortal Gods Art.
© Paul Hair, 2017.
Back in March, I teased some excerpts of original artwork for upcoming stories. I’ve created new Mortal Gods artwork since then. And I’m teasing excerpts of these new pieces right now.

None of the pieces are necessarily finalized nor am I certain that I will use them. However, the artwork helps grow the Mortal Gods universe by providing some visuals for it.

I like this group of art better than the one I posted in March. Nothing against what I showed then; I just think I’ve made some improvements with what I am displaying now. For instance, there is more of a sense of action in this group of art. Also, there are greater differences between some of the pieces.

Hope you enjoy the sneak peeks.

Lots of detail and action in this.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Lines of the background building are great.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Detailed smoke and destruction background.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Ended up much better than I thought it would when I started.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Figure intended to be difficult to see;
like a monster emerging from darkness.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Great battle damage on the guard tower.
© Paul Hair, 2017.


Probably will not use the blurred face in the final image.
But it is an interesting look.
© Paul Hair, 2017.

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