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Done last week during 100% state of boredom... why does all the best things appear when that happens?
Here is an older picture I did a quick colouring on
//*desus* <--- Link
Last edited by Moonsinger; November 9th, 2007 at 19:05. Reason: wtf should I need a reason?
That guardsmen one is awesome; though it looks like that eldar is sleeping more than dieing with something impaling her chest. The face looks to relaxed without any pain that would come from such an injury.
Take my love, take my land, take me to where I cannot stand; I don't care I'm still free, you can't take the sky from me.
"The difference between gods and daemons largely depends upon where one is standing at the time."- Lorgar
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Heh, I know the feeling of seeing Guardsmen who look like that...constantly.
hm true I could have given her a more braindead and horrifed look.
I liked the eldar one, I always imagine them dieing a bit more gracefully than other races. Cuz' they're all advanced and stuff:p
I like the eldar one too. The face is fine. It would be painful, but a slow death. In a situation like that, you don't have the same Rigor-Mortis effect, and the face actually relaxes. Especially with Eldar, who probably (like the Japanese samurai legend) put aside the pain with their final acceptance of a noble death.
The only thing that's wrong with the eldar one is the nature of the wound. The weapon that inflicted it has a large and rather pointy decoration on it. The injury was taken from behind, as evidenced by the chest-armor being broken out towards the front of the body. If that wound were really from behind, it would imply that the head of the staff punctured first. And that means it would be covered in gobs of meat that it tore out. The bloodied face is kinda over done too imo. It almost looks like another injury in itself- if it was a splatter effect from the chest wound, it would be located on the neck and lower jaw, and would be spread, not all congealed together. Her mouth would also likely be bleeding from the corner, since the spear would have punctured her lungs.
You drawing style is very interesting. It's not really angled and stylized enough to be anime, but it's not gritty (is that the word i'm looking for) to be realism. You strike a fair medium that gives you a look all your own. I like it quite alot. Almost dream-like in nature.
Excellent backgrounds as well.