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Is that Felarya ? by Karbo Is that Felarya ? by Karbo
Felarya seen from above, which is theorically not possible. But since it's in a dream... =p
Don't take that dream too much to face value if you are interested into the geography of the world, though. We know that dreams can be vague :P

A picture for :iconnickinamerica: as a thank you for drawing the silver scales comic, that is more than 250 pages long ! his motivation, focus, and determination are very impressive :D

And thanks to those who wished me a recovery, it's going much better already ^_^

Xanthe and Remus belongs to *NickinAmerica
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:iconafterburn722:
Is Felarya itself more of it's own dimension, a planet in some universe? I've been wondering for quite some time
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Xzinic Apr 11, 2013  Student General Artist
I always thought of Felarya as never ending and forever expanding landmass, Like on a universal scale.
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:iconmocpages123:
that would kinda screw over einstiens conservation of energy, wouldnt it?

also, why does that boy look so much like speedball (From marvel)?
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fwyrl Jan 5, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Conservation of energy is broken, even in this universe, and I doubt it applies in a universe where magic exists.
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:iconmocpages123:
aaahhhhh ok :p and some magic universes have some sort of equiveleant exchange in place
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fwyrl Jan 14, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Fair point. Also, that doesn't really break conservation of energy...

And then there's this to consider: The big bang. Conservation of energy? Nah. Seriously though, the universe lends energy out randomly all the time :P It's how the sun maintains fusion, and why particles spontaneously generate and destroy eachother in empty space. The universe makes no sense. XD
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:iconcjhb:
Hi Karbo just wont to say big fan of your work and point out this looks a lot like the ending to dragons dogma a bit
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Venquish Feb 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Love how it acts.
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Karbo you rock
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Karbo Mar 4, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
thank you :)
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Venquish Mar 14, 2013  Student Digital Artist
anytime :)

I was wondering if I could ask you for a little commission. =)
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