I vocalized, "Wow". This is... perfect.
You are soooooooooo good.
Bit broke atm but I'm still going too for sure. I cant not have the combo of all my favorite things in my favorite medium and not want to stare at it for insperation.
Good god you are good
Hey, thanks. If you print it out - I'll be reeeeeally grateful if you share a photo. I do not insist, but it will please me very much
While there are only these 2 drawings, and there are no plans to continue, but now I have much more motivation to continue
Also besides this one and the undead champion one do you have any more?
I'd love to see a undead king just resting on a throne or some kind of a depressed undead. I hope you make more of these. Sorry to get so fan boy but you legit made a combo of all my favorite things.
I can't wait to try out a dark dither style.
The head doesn't seem that big but the shape may need defined more. But I spent the last 25 mins zoomed in admiring this beautiful piece of work.
Do you mind if I get it printed on a poster and hang it up in my house?
This is a pretty detailed analysis, thank you
After looking through your gallery.. you have an unusual combination of strong cinematic aesthetic and a very calculated distribution of fine details (which seems to operate on a similar principle to dithering -- distributing a 'quantity of fine detail' into an area and then blending the amount of detail through the picture to integrate it with the composition).
In theory those go together but I haven't actually seen that combination much. The way you have the gauges oily and smooth vs the grass sharp (but a gradient of sharpness, not just binary 'sharp') is a good example. I guess achieving this level of differentiation really requires a relatively higher resolution.
I don't get the brown blob above the mana gauge though.. is it supposed to be bread? Pretty ambiguous.
Agreed on the head, but damn. I fucking love all the sharp details you got in this. So good.
The head seems big to me. Masterful color usage though.
I really like colors, small details, patterns
grain and rocks in bckg. ...rocks ;)
... but the head is too big, even for a child
the armor is really nice
Amazing job as usual!