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This stuff is ACE. I only have a nitpicky crit for you. I'd like to see more color in each piece. They are all just images in different value of 1 color.
But this is all great, in my opinion. That one with the kngiht and girl on horses feel very desolate, and sorrowful. Great atmosphere, man
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I saw the sketch for the elf one, and had to click the link to see the final. Badass monochrome.
the first one is amazing. big fan of your work.
I think the head in the first character should be more accented, that would be my only crit.
Anyways, it's a pleasure to see such skillS.
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Interceptor Thank you.I usually draw in BW
woah the ice king pic is just... woah
Freezing cold and hard as a rock.
great images, I like much the the intensity and power showing in Ice heavy cavalry.
my only little crit is for the first one: there's something strange in the two horses size, but I cannot figure out what's wrong. I have several horses reference and it looks like they have very long legs compared to the bust, especially on the second one...
The greatest pictorial value lies in all the things the camera cannot do.
these are top notch! I love them!
G*dD*amn these are frickin sw33t! I especially like the mood of the first one and the bitter, rock hard cold in "ice king".
Interesting pieces, there is too much shinyness in the first one, and the face needs to be lighter,it gets lost in all the brightness. The rest look pretty good, interesting style you have.
nice stuff, post some more!!!
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