Gawain was modelled by Epilogue Artist Marley McLeay!
I agree Jessica, he is one amazing Artist! thank you
Ha, Thanks Joshua! ahead on points I suppose heh heh!
Well, since Marley is one of my favorite Epilogue artists and Gawain is my favorite knight (I wrote my undergrad thesis on him, actually) and YOUR gallery link is at the top of my "favorites" list. . . well, it's icing on the cake that this is FABULOUS work, James!
Yeah, I know this is supposed to be a portrait of Marley, but your green, severed head steals the show. I love it (and I recognized it as you even in the thumbnail). Rock on
Thank you, Dear Guest! yeah, I was aware of that and I think you will find that the problem has been resolved, thanks again for your concern and I'm so glad you like my stuff!
I simply love your work but there´s something I must say...there is someone stealing your work. I guess you should know but you probably know it already.
The link is: http://annestasia.deviantart.com
She had published a lot of your works saying she did it! I don´t think this is fair! You did it!
Ha ha Yeah, Uwe! I guess o'l Marley will be setting a few hearts a flutter with this one! without a doubt a knight in shining armour! thanks my man!
james this is just brilliant ) - i love your humor, and even more i love your skillful work - btw - marley is a real good looking guy, dont you think? - i bet he will have much trouble now, answering all the mails he will recieve from the girls around here -- james this is a great piece again - and thanks again for your support, and all the nice words you have to my work - this really keeps me going - thanks!!
Hi Vicki, it's those watercolour pencils again if you wet them at the end you get a more intense colour, hence using white for the shiny bits of metal! thank you for the kind words!
I thought that severed head looked like you! Ha! How did you get that sword to look so gold and shiny? I have to check out your gallery now.Love this!
Thank you, Anne! your comments are always a treat!
Thank you, Christine, I'm glad you like it!
Brilliant - brilliant as usual, James. Ah - to be immortalized by such a skilled artiste! Hats off to you!
I didn't know you had updated, very funny picture and very realistic again- I'm in awe!
Thank you so much, Rita! Ha humerous! now beheading is a kinda serious business don't you know! LOL!
James, humerous -- and wonderful painted
Thank you, Sean! would you believe the sword was based on a 12" steel measuring rule!
Actually, Piotr, that mirthful severed green head is me! I guess I drew the short straw when casting this one! heh heh! Thank you!
You are welcome, Marley! I've been wanting to do some Arthurian illustrations for a long time and this project is the perfect opportunity, thank you!
Carefull Poitr, can't you tell??Isn't it obvious????, Gawain is the green Knight! sheesh some people *Shakes Head*;D.HAHAHA this is comical thanks very much for this and the mail james, thats great ^^.
heheheh Cool, which one is the Gawain ?
Hehehehehe:) Great as usual James.This has a very cool glow about it,especially the sword and chainmail-nice my man!
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