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Zeratul Jam -updated by pixelcharlie Zeratul Jam -updated by pixelcharlie
Finally finished this piece after not touching it for months.

First post for 2010. Hope y'all digs!
Happy New Year!

*updated
First one was too dark. Removed the borders because they were taking a lot of space making it looked cramped.
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:iconultimatede:
zeratul is the man!
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:iconqpalvys:
of yeah! This is what I call amazing
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:iconz0diak1:
very nice work
if you play starcraft 2 - beastmode.926 - US server
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:iconkingnicholas1:
KingNicholas1 Dec 29, 2010  Professional Writer
"The Zerg Swarm came...as was foretold. And the Protoss...firstborn of the Gods- rose to fight them. Now, the Xel'naga that forged us all, are returning. But do they come to save? Or to destroy?"

Love Zeratul. He's mysterious, strong, loyal and he's an ass-kicking alien. God knows, he fought four Hydralisks and killed all of them, even dueled Kerrigan herself and damaged her. Not to mention he's the one who rallies the Protoss for their last stand In Utter Darkness, where they fought and died heroically.

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:iconpixelcharlie:
thank you so much! :)

For the psi-blade - draw a green colored thick horizontal line on a separate layer above the "blade". erase of the edges with a very soft brush. apply gausian blur filter. change the layer transparency to "overlay" then lessen the layer opacity to 50-60% depending on your preference. :)
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:iconhengshan:
@pixel..your artwork is awesome..the details,surrounding..
keep it up..
anyway,can i seek for some advise?
how to the glowing effect of the psi-blade?
i m noob in PS..sry..
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:iconpixelcharlie:
thank you so much!

For the psi-blade - draw a green colored thick horizontal line on a separate layer above the "blade". erase of the edges with a very soft brush. apply gausian blur filter. change the layer transparency to "overlay" then lessen the layer opacity to 50-60% depending on your preference.
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:iconhengshan:
thanks a lot^^
anyway, your website is awesome too..cool..
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