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    Exclamation WE HAVE A WINNER

    Okay, yeah, it's a double post. (I've posted this in my sketchbook as well). So sue me.

    Meanwhile...
    Okay, here's the deal. I need a title for this piece. You guys come up with a cool title that really reflects this picture and if I choose yours I'll send you a signed print of this picture on quality watercolor paper. Howz dat for a deal, eh?

    Oh, and feel free to crit the hell out of it.

    WE HAVE A WINNER

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    ~Oreg

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    "i think i left the oven on"
    "never going back"
    "take that santa"
    "moving on"
    "vengeful means"
    "tailored distruction"
    "a weary path ends"
    "a lifes ruins"
    "dont tell your grandma"
    really, when it comes to names.. i dont know...

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    "Towering Inferno"


    "The Weathered Path" (look at all the double meanings WOH)


    "The Barren Peak"


    "An Old Man's Demise" or "The Old Man's Demise"

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    Into The Wilderness

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    "What IS that smell"

    "Out of the Fire and Into the Frying Pan"
    (I dont know)

    "That which towers no longer" or "That which towers no more"

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    "Somber Farewell"

    Irate

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    Restitution

    Dead Eyes of Desolation

    Forlorn Hope

    Victory of the Mourning

    Resolute Determination

    The Grim Savior

    A weeping soul burns hollow

    Weariness of the Ocean Druid

    The Stoic

    The Empty Path of Oblivion

    brad art that reminds me of a latin prhase from legacy of kain-"Vae Victis" ( woe to the conquered)

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    lets try some latin, i think its fitting.
    "Decessus ex Regnum" (demise of a kingdom)
    "Ille qui Incidere" (that which falls)

    I have great faith in fools. My friends call it self confidence.
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    Title: "Excellent, my tower is burning, but i managed to save this awesome stick..."

    Crits: The composition just swoops my eyes of the page, probably because you have everything interesting happening in the top left, and nothing at all on the right side except for a big slope. Adding something to the right side of the composition would probably be a good idea.

    I like the character, the small details like the stuff in his beard, and the original design of the staff is good. The way the fabric folds looks good to me too.

    I think the skintones on the hands are a bit confusing, at first look they look like leather gloves, but the details on them makes me think they´re hands, especially his right hand.

    Adding some sharper/broader/textured brushstrokes to make it look less digital would probably be a good idea too, but that´s a style thing and not a real crit.

    All in all i like the pic, it has an unfriendly, lonely feeling to it that i like, and it´s well rendered. Good stuff.

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    Bah, osmus wins probably. You should only be able to post one..

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    title " a old man and his stick"
    "the new and improved mobile phone stick from nokia"
    " ooh its cold and i feel a draft"
    "if i should be collecting sea shells and things from the ocean maybe i just should move from this snowy place"

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    "A Wizard's Regret"
    "Never Looking Back"
    "Fire on the Galmed Ice Tower"
    "The melting of the Polar Caps"
    "The Start of Armaggedon"

    "If you only heard one side of the story, then you must be deaf in the other ear." - Sok N. Wett

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    I Walk the Path alone.
    Nice pic, other than what was said abot the left side being bare, my only crit is that you have all this cool detail on his staff and his beard; you should have added more stuff to his belt, and maybe his hands. Like some rings, and some more pouches, spell components, and some wards against evil and such. Old wizards alwyas remind me of cluttered pack rats, who like to carry little nick-nacks and stuff. Just my 2 cents.

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