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    Ply-Spell

    This is an Illustration of a Wizard that uses spells to control any kind of yarn.
    The second picture is a quick example of his action armour covering the face.

    Ply-Spell

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    wow. i really like the rendering in that. great concept too. and you dont see many wizards with battle axes!
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    This is awesome. The rendering is insane and the concept is very original (minus the wizard part). I love the minute details you put in this thing, so a do believe a HI-RES imaged is in order.
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    As the others have said, great rendering. Love the concept as well, original.

    I do think he's going to have a hard time holding onto that axe perhaps, mainly because of the roundest of the shaft and the extreme weight/proportion of the blade. I'm not sure you could keep the blade in any direction but down let alone hit anybody. Not really important, but can be icing on the cake.
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    Really cool! Great execution and a really nice original concept.
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    Its great to see you didn't go for the same old Gandalf as a lot of people do. DOn't get me wrong, Gandalf is one of the greatest characters in living history (the best?), but he is best left to Alan Lee
    I love the concept, and I love your style of rendering. Beautiful work mate!

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    great imagination and nice eye for detail. I am very impressed! Love the head piece!!
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    this is a cool concept. The painting is very well done. I'm unsure about a couple things:

    I like his hood, its cool the way it is cut organically, but in the action example you provided it seems like he would have difficulty to see? And it doesn't look like it would protect him, so why would he drape it like that?

    So he has the ability to control yarn....is his axe made up of this magical yarn, and it changed properties or has the properties of steel? if that is the case, why would he make it into an axe? wouldn't close combat pose more danger to him, especially without armor? Why not have armor made out of this yarn?

    What does his red eye piece do? Is there some relationship to that and the magical yarn?

    Just some thoughts, maybe I missed something, but I really like this concept with the magical yarn. You could go a lot of directions with it. I think its more important than the man at this point.

    Thanks for posting.
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    Very nice work overall, love those hands. However, I feel like the rendering on the axe doesn't quite match up to the rest of the piece, it just doesn't feel like metal. Another suggestion (nitpick) would be to soften the edges on his left shoulder to push it back a little more. Once again, good stuff and interesting concept.
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    What an awesome beard.
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    neato. nice rendering on the materials. some flat spots here and there where you could have pushed the contrast and lighting, but overall very cool.
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    That second one is tight, dude. Only crits I would have are that your proportions are a bit stretched out, and I would keep pulling out textures to clarify materials but other than that... stylin -

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