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    White Walker

    White Walkers, by now my are favourite characters there, I'm not completely sure how they looks like, but using some references from the first episode and descriptions I finally made one.

    I think is the most exiting by now, because still can imagine how they looks like.

    I hope you like it.
    Munozvelazquez

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    Nice work and use of texture. I really dig the face and the branches on his back.
    The only thing that stands out to me is the distance from the foremost object - the sword - relative to his legs which are behind this mound. I think it would probably be lessened if raised leg were to show on the same plane as the sword.

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    really good.. It looks like they´re not so bad .. cause we really don´t know if they are villains or what. The light in the far mountains is sweet!

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    Love your work!
    Mu only complaint with this one is his thin looking sword arm. The form of it and the direction its pointing is throwing me off for some reason, feels a bit weak?

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    Nice touch with the subtle horizon line that breaks up that background...

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    Nice and moody, good job
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    DarkStem: Thanks a lot! My intention was to have the feet buried on the snow but with the distance of the sword looks weird sure. Thanks for the comment! Regards.

    Ricardo Robles: Thanks so much. That is the thing I don't know if they are typically bad, I like to think the hay their own culture. We will see
    The backgound pretends to be the wall, but I wanted it very subtle.

    Pavel Sokov: Thanks man! It is bit thinner and the sword too long, that is true, i think the combination make is looks strange.

    Mike L: Thanks you very much!

    Jeff Lafferty: Thanks a lot! Glad you like it!

    Thanks everyone for your words!!
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    Really like the feeling you managed to create in the image as a whole, and the details look awesome as well. The dragged body is really a nice touch as well!

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