Brodkil Occupied Krakow by drew

Brodkil Occupied Krakow

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Added: Jan 28, 2002
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A bit of a change in style from my normal Rifts pics. This one is Photoshop coloured over the pencil sketch. More of a decision based on speed rather than style. And check out that crummy perspective.

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Err.... and that statue isnt green.... its ade of lead (metal Tongue ) and not from this other kind of metal that corrodes and turnes green.

Historical Note: This is a statue of polish great poet - Adam Mickiewicz

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Heeey! I live in Krakow. And a thing bout sukiennice- Wawel is a castle situated near river Wis³a (Vistula) and you can Kraków in english (Cracow). Smile) Ah and sukiennice are on rynek (can translate as marketplace, but u know what it is... i think Smile And those two places are on two different sides of this city! Heheh.

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ET? Never heard of it.

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Umm, just to clear things up, the above comment was a joke. I was reffering to Steven Spielberg's famous movie "ET". I didn't mean "finger" as in the bad finger, or anything, heh heh. ... I'm a nerd. Sad

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"glowing irradiated sore thumb", hey! that's E.T.s finger!!! ^____^

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great! I like your style...

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Aha! Now I recognize it. I should have recognized it as Wawel...I have a picture that almost looks exactly like those buildings Smile

I spent a few months there on foreign exchange. It's a beautiful city....even when occupied by Brodkil. Nice work.

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Yep. Well spotted. It's Wawel, from a lane at the top of ul Kanonicza (according to my guidebook). I've taken a lot of artistic licence to fit it in the scene the way I want though.

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Is this a particular location in Krakow? It reminds me of an area right next to the sukiennice- a place that has a big green statue nearby...

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Well, considering as how perspective is the foundation of my drawing style, I'd like to think I could get it right by now Smile Any mistake I make sticks out like a glowing irradiated sore thumb to me.

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Some of the lines in the buildings look a little skewed (which isn't a big deal), but other than that I don't know what you mean by "crummy perspective", looks good to me. [of course, I be a novice though;) ]

Art at its best.