Wild Hare by j-art

Wild Hare

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Added: May 22, 2004
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another game ot thrones ccg piece - hope you like it Smile

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j-art's picture

Thanks, glad you like it Smile

Guest's picture

well i think its cool to look at

j-art's picture

Thanks again for your critique – I’ll keep that in mind, and try to do better in future...

Guest's picture

The picture is a little flat. The arm of the boy doesn't show any perspective. From my point of view, it looks like his arms are short and unproportional.

j-art's picture

thanks Rita for your always encouraging words, means really a lot to me...

rita's picture

Hallo Uwe, also wie du diese "Kälte" gemalt hast ist schon genial ! The knight in the background gives the painting a special touch!

j-art's picture

Thanks for stopping by – and thousand thanks for the comment – coming from you it really means a lot, you know I know your work and your illustrations about Martin’s books are just superb – thank you!

goldseven's picture

This really captures the atmosphere of Martin's books! Cold and realistic. Wonderful stuff!

j-art's picture

hi jade Smile - thanks for your comment i am glad you like the piece Smile - no it is not an elf boy - here is the artdescription i got to this one:
"Wild Hares is a bunch of Stark-aligned house kids running around on horseback pretending to be knights and having a wonderful time. I only need you to paint one of these kids."
the knight in the back should show what the young boy pretends to be one day - so at least the knight in the back should only be the boys fantasy, that what he wants to be - a knight -
i really like your thoughts about this piece, it is wonderful when people go in a piece and try to find a story - thanks for having a deeper look at my work - you made my day!!!!!!

goblinfiesta's picture

I like this one a lot!! Such movement in the painting--makes me feel like the young --is it an Elf boy? is going to jump right out of it. The contrast between the warm and icy colors is excellent--while the misty figure behind has a very determined expression on his face--as if it's very important for him to catch up with the boy/elf. Did the elf steal something from him, you think? ;-)Really like this piece! Thanks for sharing your wonderul art!

j-art's picture

thank you so much james, you know how much i love your art (and i really mean that), so such comliments comming from you mean so much to me - thanks my friend....

somerset's picture

Not many people can capture movement like you, Uwe! the boy is brilliant and the wolf in mid-leap is so convincing, you never seem to cut corners with your backgrounds, such marvellous details! another triumph!

j-art's picture

hi bill Smile - thanks for the comment, good to have you back here Smile

bcorbett67's picture

Nice to see you doing the ccg work Uwe - keep it up Smile

j-art's picture

wow- thanks jeff - i hope they think the same, it is so much fun doing the cards, i whish i had more time doing them, but i still need my dayjob to be able to pay all my bills, life is not cheap if you have 4 mouth to feed Smile, so time is my biggest problem at the moment.

thejeff's picture

you are just what g.o.t. is looking for. i am sure they are happy. great stuff uwe.

j-art's picture

thanks again rebecca - and keep up your fantastic work!!!!!!

goddessart's picture

Absolutely wonderful piece, Uwe! The motion is just fabulous.

j-art's picture

mel it is just fantastic for me to see how fast you get better and better, i can see how hard you work to become a better artist, i just don´t want to miss the day when you are one of the best!!! - thanks for all your support my dear friend...

mel3d's picture

I've the same question in my mind that Cara at each pics I post.(don't answer please)LOL.wow Uwe this peice is so wonderful too!I always love when you do 2 scene in one like this!Congrats again.

j-art's picture

Smile - cause i loved what i saw in your gallery - really damn good creature designs - thanks so much for your comment, much appreciated.

caramitten's picture

Wow! How did an artist of your caliber wind up at my gallery? Thanks so much for the comment, at any rate. Smile Your work is lovely--very textured and with great depth. You paint humans very very well: one of the toughest things to do in fantasy art, methinks.

j-art's picture

hi christiaan - uh - i hope they are happy to have me onboard, cause it is really much fun to do the cards, i only whish i had more time to do the pieces...

j-art's picture

thanks scott - yes i wanted to create two seperate scenes in one picture - so the front shows the young boy as he is now and the knight in the back shall show what the young boy pretends to be one day - hope it turned out in this direction somehow Smile

caitmf1's picture

nice new works u got up uwe; game of thrones must be happy to have u on board; i see uve really got some varied new works up; this being one of them;

sdavis123061's picture

Another very interesting piece Uwe. Lots of action in this one and I like all the detail in the background. I like how you used the warmer colors for the foreground figure contrasted against all those cool background colors, it creates a nice separation of the two but still ties the scene all together. Nice work Uwe.

Art at its best.