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Art Drop | Selvans, The Eternal Decay

Growth, Corrupted

Dragon master Jonah Lobe has finished another amazing piece, Selvans! This one was one of our backer funded dragons, from backer LaughingProphet!

- Art Drop | Selvans, The Eternal Decay

Here's how they described the former Growth Elemental, Selvans, in their Kickstarter survey.

Horrendously emaciated with long, spindly limbs and chipped talons. Originally leaf green but blackened/reddened over time.

One of the Wretched – Briefly describe their background

Selvans was a subtle spirit, often going unnoticed as they drifted between woodlands. Once corrupted they turned on Garuda, nesting deep in the hearts of the greatest forests and content to let them rot while going otherwise unseen. Not as subtle as they thought. Eventually forced from Garuda out into the Divide, where the volatile storms and area suppressed them until they could be sealed deep under the waves.

Kickstarter Backer – LaughingProphet

Well, I think it suffices to say that Jonah really nailed the corruption element. You can see how they are molding the corruption in a way. Stealing the very essence from the flower.

The theme of Wretched Ones is always “Nature Inverted”, so what once was growth is now decay. Creatures melted, decayed into base elements when Selvans hit Tikor.

Of all the Wretched Ones, Selvans is the one that gives mortals the most pause…

I'm really looking forward to seeing what the next one looks like! The Wretched Ones have turned out so well. Better than I could ever imagine!

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The Art

Selvans web - Art Drop | Selvans, The Eternal Decay

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- Art Drop | Selvans, The Eternal Decay

Swordsfall

Creator and Author of Swordsfall. He's a longtime omni-nerd who grew up during the classic days of Toonami, TechTV, and Transformers. However, as a black man in the hobby, he found himself longing for more stories that told the adventures of people that looked like him. Creating Swordsfall has not only been an effort to be the change he wanted to see but also as his own personal journey.

4 Comments

      1. A) Is the Ryuujin one on a different platform? I didn’t see it listed in the shop or in the search results? B) Any chance of the rest? I love the designs but cant really justify four canvas prints right now.

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