Black Legion by mcarnahan

Black Legion

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Added: Jan 28, 2006
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I guess faith and wisdom are no match for brutality here. Painted for the Soulkeeper.

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mcarnahan's picture

sorry..that causes the disparity. Yet another in a long list I need to correct. Honest criticism is always helpful, thanks for your comment

mcarnahan's picture

It's only funny if your not in his path. As for the head to body ratio, I actually posed for this piece(sans armour) and shrunk my head in photoshop about 30% in order to make the image even partially believable. As far as the arms and scale of the figure it is my inability to portray the perspectives of the anatomy that c

Guest's picture

Looks like someone is PMSing. Damn, wouldnt want to cross him on his time of the month. XD Lmao. Anyways, the composition is pretty good, as well as your use of shading and colors. The buildings are beautiful and well created. Your facial features dont seem to quite match with your body structures, but still excellent artwork. If I may, the body should be a little larger to compensate for the head and your arms a wee bit wider in length.

mcarnahan's picture

City, schmity, slaughter is slaughter and no one is going to stop this guy from having fun...nice to hear from you again.

Guest's picture

"NOW you tell me that this is the WRONG city! You were the one with the directions." Again, great armour work and expressions. Patter

mcarnahan's picture

There are craftsmen and their are artists, your feel for color and acrylic puts you in the latter. I'll get there someday. Thanks Walt.

baylessiii's picture

Truly wonderful craftsmanship! Excellent use of acrylic!!

mcarnahan's picture

Thanks James, I just wish I could produce the amount of great work you do. In particular, The Beguiling is delightfully intense while being calm at the same time and the eyes are down right compelling. Also have you ever noticed the shadow effect on the message center box...

somerset's picture

Marvellous acrylic work, Michael, beautifully detailed and dramatic!

Art at its best.