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.: What is dA even doinggg //cri :. the core rises by SweetElectricity

Deviantart is a business just like anything else. Jacking up the price is something they probably have to do in order to keep up with a...

Birthday Boy Blam by Kriztian-Draws

I'm not really familiar with the fandom or anything related to Five Nights at Freddy's or its imitators, so this'll just be a crit of t...


Neuromancer by Deimos-Remus
Another piece I did, back in the Summer last year.

Idea was a potential book cover or leaf illustration of some sort. Once I finish Mona Lisa Overdrive, I may get to doing illustrations akin to this one for the other two in the Sprawl Trilogy. I do want to design the characters from both those books first however! 
Link's Blacklist: The Wallmaster by Deimos-Remus
Link's Blacklist: The Wallmaster
Done for a collaboration at :icongame-art-hq: called Link's Blacklist. The idea behind it is for every enemy in the series to be claimed by one artist; once an enemy is claimed, they are no longer available. Check it out and claim one yourself if you're up to it! 

Check out the project and past entries here!…

Anyway, I claimed the Wallmaster from the first game in the franchise, as I always thought it was one of the creepiest buggers you could encounter. The idea of a large, always looming disembodied hand following the player around the dungeons always keeps you on your toes and adds that much more stress to completing a dungeon. 

As with a lot of my work lately, I was very influenced by 70s and 80s sword and sorcery/fantasy/adventure comics, as well as retro d&d stuff. Wanted this to feel as though it could appear in some sort of monster manual, instruction booklet or the cardback of an action figure. 
Hey guys, 

I will finally get back into submitting more regularly with the Mythology series soon, been super busy with school as my last day of college is tomorrow and I'm set to graduate in just two short weeks!

After that happens I can also finally start revealing more of the Neuromancer work I've been doing, as well as other work from this semester. 
  • Listening to: 60s pop and rock
  • Reading: Count Zero by William Gibson
  • Watching: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  • Playing: Shadowrun


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Nathan J. Anderson
Artist | Student | Digital Art
United States
Illustrator, designer and concept artist. Loves European comics, watching movies and collecting goofy action figures.

Always available for commission work:

deimosremus (at)

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GwynConawayArt Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2016  Professional
Thanks for faving!
Deimos-Remus Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2016  Student Digital Artist
No problem! 
SpaceShipEarth Featured By Owner Jan 21, 2016

Welcome to :iconadult-artists:

Welcome to :iconsexyvoluptuousvixens:

Ludwig1920 Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2016  Student General Artist
I really like your monster alphabet.
Deimos-Remus Featured By Owner Jan 20, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Thanks! :)
Trench-ADF Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2016
Another very satisfactory commission undertaken by Nathan

Well done, young sir!

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'Fae-shirt-dagger' in pencil by Ddeimos-Remus by Trench-ADF

'Fae-shirt-dagger' in pencil by Ddeimos-Remus
Deimos-Remus Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Glad you like it and glad to work with you Andy! 
Artist-Azar Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015
I have some deceased Presidents that i'd love to send your way in exchange for an art collection. Have you happened to publish any such books?
Deimos-Remus Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Ha, I'm looking to eventually get a book published of the Bestiary I did anyway! It might not be till next year though, I'm thinking of starting an indiegogo or kickstarter to do it... I also still want to find a cost effective way to get my Neuromancer book made as well, so it's gonna be a long-term project to research all of that! 
Artist-Azar Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2015
The Bestiary sounds neato, but, truth be told, i'm more eager for anything chock full of homo sapiens (like the aforementioned Neuromancer book).

Your expression of humanity is aces.
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