A scene from the end of "A Storm of Swords" by G. R. R. Martin (again!)
Watercolour and Photoshop.
I like this painting because it shows how disturbingly ugly one can be. Thank you for your time.
I could say that, at such a height, you'd only have to drop a crossbow bolt But instead, I'll say, you're probably right, and thanks
Dont mean to be Mr Negative here, because you know everyone said this octure is "AWESOME!!!" I agree its, I love the facial expression of each character, but however, as a weapon collector, I couldnt help but to notice that the crossbows used by Grenn and the others are a bit too small, they were shooting enemy from 700 ft high, the crossbows they used should be much larger than that.
but still, a Very good job (though the crossbows still bugs me a bit )
....AMAZING. All I can say...AMAZING. Gave me cold chills when I seen this picture. Great job.
Thanks, Josh! Unfortunately, I haven't got time for much personal art right now. I'm totally swamped in commissions and deadlines...
These are all awesome. i was just wondering if you could make a picture of the small skirmish catlyn stark's "caravan" had on her journy to the erie. i would love to see tyrion weilding the axe against the trible mountian men. : )
I've always loved your watercolored works.
And this, this is apsolutely your best watercolored work!
The whole colouring job is PS The painting itself was greyscale. I love to work like that.
i'm very impressed,your figure work is outstanding!and the attention to detail for each person is quite impressive,i likes it alot .So was there just a slight colour change in photoshop? or was there some rendering involved?.
hee hee--thanks ^^
Cool--a few people said that. The situation is the same as well--a few stout defenders awaiting the onslaught of a foe that outnumbers them by a factor of 100....
Great work, missis Jenny!
All of your pics are state of the art things
like E-WING or TIE Defender...
Keep up the excellent work!
Greetings form Russia!
I was reminded of Helm's Deep when I first saw this picture. ^_^ It rocks, and so do you, Jenny!
And I need to learn "proper" watercolouring from you... *sigh*
Aaaah! Good girl! So, when can we expect your treatment of the main characters?
Yes, I usually do... and then there's the tendency to miss out on chores i don't want to do, in exchange
Oh, yes! Thanks, Bill! But it's always like that when I really like a book--before long, there'll be a few dozen pics at least. With these, might well be more than that!
as usual you rock:) I think I need to learn to draw men from you.
Great job Jenny, I can see the 'song of fire and ice' has really had a profound effect on you.
Oh, this turned out great! Wonderful dynamics in this!
Beautiful as always Jenny! And you fixed that arm well !
BTW, I just ordered the 3 books in English on Amazon.fr
wow, i saw this in the forum, you work fast! beautiful work!
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