digital illustration for AEG's Warlord
Outstanding work, this picture is really great. Only problem is the sword in the back: there is a clear problem of continuity between the sword's hilt and its sheath.
This really is gorgeous. And it's refreshing to see a female warrior whose armor is... well... there!
Very well done,even in wee cardgame size
it`s still strikinng good.
may be a future vision for an rpg-character of mine
WORTHY OF A COMMENT, I LOVE IT
It's so... no words can describe what this wonder makes me feel. It's like I can see myself in her. It's like it makes me remember things from an other live... Like I was her once, but I have forgotten it.
It's a masterpiece, Ed. And I'm a critic, so that's not a word I use a lot. But it's a masterpiece believe me, it is.
I have a friend, who is a great artist, and he said, that is great, which is big words in his mouth too.
You kan mail me at ZenneHTX@hotmail.com - if you like to of course.
Me again! yeah, Ed, I can see a pre-raphaelite influence in there, outstanding!
Great work on this one. Just love it when a picture is not only fantastic but also the charakters a very well done and not in some startrek uniform. Great armor, hair style and face. Love it!
Victorian Fantasy is exactly what I thought when I saw this. You captured it. I love that face...hehe..Donato rule...I live by that too.
Thanks James. Right now I'm going in the direction of Victorian Fantasy and so I try to insert it when I can. I saw a wonderful opportunity with the soft youthful face to be contrasted with the armor, cold and hard. I also use the Donato Rule, when in doubt on skin color, use more red (he uses reds in the ears, nose and of course the lips).
Beautiful work, Ed! your metal armour rendering is outstanding, love her face and hands!
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