Friends in Need by j-art

Friends in Need

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Added: Jan 08, 2007
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Three warriors as different as they can be, but staying together like one when things get dangerous. A friend in need is a friend indeed…

To see the 1024pixel version just follow this link:

http://www.jarling-arts.com/coppermine/displayimage.php?pid=450&fullsize=1

Just copy and paste the link to your browser…

Cheers
-Uwe

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patrik's picture

S U P E R U W E Smile)))

Guest's picture

Great colors, composition and details!

Guest's picture

Ah! Finally got the comments box to appear. Epic work, Uwe, again I'm reminded of Jan Patrik Krasny - the detail and true "fantasy feel". Excellent.

rita's picture

Cool work Uwe - like always Laughing out loud

witchcraft's picture

Striking composition, really like the oil feel this has going on. Who could go wrong with friends like that?

Guest's picture

Love the power and emotion in the characters poses and expressions. The colors and composition are wonderful. Fantastic work!

mattbradbury's picture

Awesome painting Uwe, they look like they would make a formidable team. I love the sky and the suggestion of a battle raging in the background, really beautiful work.... This would make such a great book cover!

j-art's picture

Thanks so much Malcolm. Well I was more for a oil painting look than a watercolor, but in the downsized version for the internet all the interesting texture is gone and it really looks more like watercolors now. Think this happened as the original size is around 8000 pixels height and I had to downsize the picture that much for the internet, the bigger version on my site shows maybe a little more of the intended textures but it’s still to small to show them right….

fantasist's picture

Great work, as always, Uwe. The picture seems to have a slight texture which gives the impression of a watercolour on textured paper. The muted colours are very effective.

Art at its best.