Cardart for the ccg 'A game of Thrones' -
its so beutiful i like it
Thanks Patrik I like it too, but if I look at it now, I think it is a little flat have to work on the depth in my pictures I should have used not such a dark black in the background here however, Im glad you like it, cause I still think it has much feeling in it. Btw. I saw you new pieces too, just got no time to comment yet. Thanks so much for your comment, my friend
Danke für den netten Kommentar, immer schön zu hören wenn meine Arbeit gefällt...
Gefällt mir sehr gut, fantastische arbeit
Thanks Simon, glad you think so I wanted the light much more dramatic, but I run out of time... hope it works this way as well....
Yes, its an old warrior who has gone through so many battles, he saw so much death, now old and marked with scars and full of sorrows he praises his god. Somehow scary, somehow sad a hero in the past and now just an old man, face to face with his god, knowing there is only one last adventure left for him....
Thanks so much for your support Rita!
Hi mate thanks, glad you like the green ambience and thanks again for all your support!!!
Thanks again for this critique too, and you are right again, think changes like that really could improve this image but sadly one doesnt have to much time to finish a piece like that (mostly card art pieces took me two evenings) i will keep all your tips to my work in mind and try to do better in future thanks for taking your time and commenting my work...
For more and deeper critique/ helpful tips, you can always e-mail me directly it is always appreciated, and really helps to improve...
Thanks again Nathan, I am really glad you like the piece
Nice environment, you've done well to handle the difference light sources. Good work on the face, too.
Oh Uwe, this painting contains so much pain... Its a scary one!
Green!. My favourite glow colour!. Makes for a great ambience ^^. Nice to see new work from you too Uwe, great piece^^.~~Marley
looks okay. I think a little more depth on the background would be nice. A hazy, lighter background would bring more focus on the subject.
Face under the table is great, alot going on in this piece. Look forward to the next installment.
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