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    looks great, the blood is so so. only main dissapointment and that he doesnt lookm like john cleese. tisk tisk such a pity


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    Nice one. The cockiness comes through perfectly.

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    haha i love it

    i guess i specially like the theme, it's really surreal, a clash of worlds. something Alan Moore would imagine visually

    outstanding technic also, overall: awesome work!

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    I love it! I especially like the little claws on the wings - they remind me of vultures for some reason!

    Tremendous work.

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    sweet piece tristan!
    my only crit is that the mountains in the bg look a bit too flat and a bit too saturated to me.

    great composition and execution!

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    Your brush strokes make it look so easy, and yet I couldn't do nearly this well. Nice work all around.

    Even though they'll put text and stuff at the top, I wish there was a hint of something more up there just for balance. Super soft, light clouds, maybe.

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    Awsome stuff man. That dragon looks so sad to be dead.

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    LOL!! awesome Tristen. this is great!! Lots of great things happening in here, like the sky I love, so luminous. The Dragons floppy neck skin, the blood, and the kings smug looking expression with is open nostrils, haha. Great stuff. I'm excited. uh! that sounded bad, but you know what I ment.
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    Hehe, nice!!, poor dragon though

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    FINALLY! A new Elwell painting. This is great, Tristan
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    beautiful, Tristan, though part of me wishes the dragon's head overlapped the wing on the left, it pops out as much as the head for me.

    beautifully composed, though, I'm drawn right to the face of the figure.

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    Beautiful palette, love the attitude on that guy's face, and wow, the detail work is beautiful. The mountains have a nice Chinese watercolor feel to it at the moment, especially with the way the mist and fog settles in a little lower, but I feel like the ridge of those mountains could have used just a little more interspersed sfumato blending into the sky to break up that solid contour.... I know you're pretty big on edges so it's probably a matter of preference. To me, the edge is about as hard as the guy's shoulder and much harder than the dragon's back as it recedes, so it's affecting the atmospheric perspective a bit.
    Aside from that, I've got nothing but asspats.

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    Great painting. Although he didn't seem to have a very hard time slaying that dragon. He even managed to keep the dragon's blood off himself.

    But seriously, nice painting. I really dig the mountains in the background. They look like they're inspired by some of those Japanese or Chinese paintings you might see.

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    Great work again Elwell. That Dragon got owned by.... Stalin!?!?

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    Great job.

    The guy in the front and the background are beautifully done. From technical side to attitude.

    But the dragon is poorly done. His neck is really weak. Also his head. I can’t follow the form. Those parts around his eye look sort “off” to me. His eye looks like that it is at wrong place. At least to me.

    But then… This is beautiful.

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