Stelina by edcox

Stelina

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Added: Sep 07, 2003
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digital illustration for AEG's Warlord

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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.

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This really is gorgeous. And it's refreshing to see a female warrior whose armor is... well... there!

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Very well done,even in wee cardgame size
it`s still strikinng good.
may be a future vision for an rpg-character of mine

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WORTHY OF A COMMENT, I LOVE IT

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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.

Peaceful Loving
CGC.

You kan mail me at ZenneHTX@hotmail.com - if you like to of course.

somerset's picture

Me again! yeah, Ed, I can see a pre-raphaelite influence in there, outstanding!

mangalore's picture

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!

Guest's picture

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.

edcox's picture

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).

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Beautiful work

somerset's picture

Beautiful work, Ed! your metal armour rendering is outstanding, love her face and hands!

Art at its best.