In Taberna. by ServiaDeath
In Taberna CLose-up by ServiaDeath

In Taberna CLose-up by ServiaDeath

Ooops!.. We did it again!..

Hello everyone!
I really need your help now guys!
Can you please help me a bit out and take a small poll on the DA if you have an account there. Or answer here if you have some time. Thank you!

The thing is…

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Last Argument of Kings by ServiaDeath

(Source: nyiro, via wishroom)

wishroom:

dnalysis:

And finally, update for King Radovid of Redania.
—> Old version.

Side eyeing all of you peasants.
I like Radovid because he reminds me of my uncle.And Jean Reno (who also reminds me of my uncle).

wishroom:

dnalysis:

And finally, update for King Radovid of Redania.

—> Old version.

Side eyeing all of you peasants.

I like Radovid because he reminds me of my uncle.
And Jean Reno (who also reminds me of my uncle).

dnalysis:

King Foltest
The Witcher 2

dnalysis:

King Foltest

The Witcher 2

(via wishroom)

jacob-dumb:

crappy crap

jacob-dumb:

crappy crap

(via wishroom)

"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends."

— Martin Luther King Jr. (via mofobian)

(Source: realizes, via mofobian)

The Witcher: Tavern by TheRevorS

Collab Art by Minomi9 and Servia D.

R
econstruction of the room from “The Last Wish” book.

Nivellen’s mansion and it’s portraits.

"Look at those portraits. The first from the chimney is my father. The second, pox only knows. And the third is me. Can you see it?’

Beneath the dust and spider-webs a nondescript man with a bloated, sad, spotty face and watery eyes looked down from the painting. Geralt, who was no stranger to the way portrait painters tended to flatter their clients, nodded.”

Vernon Roche by olivegbg

A gift for my Birthday from one of my favorite artists on the DA :) Yay! ^^ Iconic Vernon XD

Vernon Roche by olivegbg

A gift for my Birthday from one of my favorite artists on the DA :) Yay! ^^ Iconic Vernon XD

(Source: serviadeath.deviantart.com)

Roche. by ServiaDeath

art-of-swords:

Handmade Swords - The Watchman Son’s Sword

The Watchman Son’s Sword is a Fantasy/Gothic piece with some historical inspiration taken from a few different 15th-16th century German Oakeshott Type XVa longswords.

The goal in the finishing work with its textures, materials, and decoration being an exploration in late Medieval ornamentation styles.

The blade is forged and ground from high carbon 1075 steel, lightly antique “blued” and hand surface engraved. The fittings are forge blackened steel, and the grip and scabbard is highly antiqued cherry wood.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Cedarlore Forge