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Art Print

Indra  (steampunkart)

Mythical Rhapsody: King of the Earth

by Indra
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DESCRIPTION

Collect your choice of gallery quality Giclée, or fine art prints custom trimmed by hand in a variety of sizes with a white border for framing.

ABOUT THE ART

Background Story

Mythical Rhapsody takes place in a steam fantasy world that is home to humans and half robot - half animals creatures. Human civilization is divided into four nations: the Ocean Castle, the Earth Kingdom, the Jungle Tribe, and The Hell Pit. These nations have their own natural element as a mythical symbol, on which they bases their society. People known as the Rhapsodist have the ability to manipulate the mythical creature of their nation using the legendary musical instruments and each of these mythical creatures has a lantern as their source of energy.
In this story, Xemus the manipulator of Faegaer, the King of Hell, along with the legendary mythical dragon is setting up a war plan to attack the other countries in order to conquer the world. The rest of the nations have been warned and they are preparing a counter attack strategy to stop him.


Story for this artwork| King of the Earth

Fael Adetto is a 34 years old blind adventurer. He has a passion in music since he was young as the music brings him to a peaceful state. During one of his journey to Hebron, a small city in the earth Kingdom, he met an old mysterious man. The old man who possessed the legendary earth elemental flute told him the story of Oaku, the king of the Earth, the legendary mythical turtle of the Earth Kingdom. The old man inherited the flute of the earth which has the ability to summon Oaku, to Fael Adetto just before his death.




Indra commented on November 11, 2010 2:18pm
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SteveOramA commented on November 11, 2010 4:47pm
nice work! i like this a lot.
Pigologist commented on November 12, 2010 8:51am
very nice illustration (^@@^)
evolveORdie commented on January 19, 2011 3:44am
hey get in touch with me. i want to print your stuff (and pay you)! teamcurr@tpg.com.au
sens commented on September 9, 2012 10:35pm
This is amazing
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