This one is a worthy interpretation of Frazetta's char. I think it makes a great tribute to him. And even though the father of fantasy as we know it today has left us I am happy his art lives on and is a base for such awesome paintings. Just the way the Death Dealer holds the axe...how awesome is that? It seemed unnatural to me in the first moment and then a chill of awesomeness ran through me when i realised how he was about to cut-open that charging beast...Chears m8 for sharing this
Heroic fantasy doesn't get more basic and brutal than this. A warrior with a large axe he probably wields like a butter knife, massively muscled with an arresting helmet that indicates he may not be on the side of virtue; in a bleak, beautiful setting facing Yeti's from hell. Live or die, no audience, no babes to rescue, maybe a fee to collect if he survives. Great stuff!