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these are some of my drawings inspired by warhammer 40k.
I have removed the embedded IMG tags, the pics were way too big. Please remember not all members have fast connections and large files take time; also scrolling is a bastard. I have left the links to click on, you can either leave it like this or resize the pics. - KU
Last edited by King Ulrik Flamebeard; August 28th, 2005 at 10:51.
my fave is the kroot
it is pleasant to see someone take things seriously
no offence to anyone else but not enough fine art is about....
I really can't think of anything witty to say.
The Kroot's the only one that shows up...the others are Red-X'ed. Nice work, the pose is a bit akward though. It almost looks as if the Kroot is about to plant one of those romantic soap opera kisses on the poor guardsman. O.o'
Edit: Ok..I see the other ones now. Nice, I especially like the Chaos Marine's demented shin guard. ^_^
Last edited by Edicius; August 27th, 2005 at 17:03.
Nice Chaos Marine. Looks like he needs a doctor, though. Yeah, the Kroot looks like he is carrying the Guardsman, as ooposed to ripping huim to shreds. Maybe, he is carrying him to eat for later !
<span style='color:blue'> Die Infantrie -
Die Konigin Aller Waffen
The Infantry -
The Queens of the Services</span>
<span style='color:red'>Durch Wehrwillen zur Wehrkraft
Through military will to military strength</span>
<span style='color:gray'> "In a man to man fight the winner is the one who puts an extra round in his magazine"
-Field Marshal Erwin Rommel</span>
Very cool pictures man. And were about in Aus do you live?
Im a queenslander,
I realy like the effect you've created on that Death Guard Marine, it suits the character of them perfectly and the drawing is damn nice. The kroot's "embrace" of the guardsmen is well done, you seem to have captured the moment perfectly. The only drawing i'm at odds with is your depiction of the tyranid, the pose seems to be a bit out of character, but I must say though that on a whole it seems to tie in with the action he is performing. Great job on these, i'd love to see some more
Heyla Agathe, and welcome to Librarium Online. Since you havenâ€™t yet made a post over at the Introductions section of the forum, I will take the opportunity to say hello here. *Waves.* Please remember to read the forum rules, found here, if you havenâ€™t already. Reading rules makes for happy mods. ^_^ Also, feel free to contact me or another moderator if youâ€™ve got any questions or comments, weâ€™re here for the same.
As for the art, Iâ€™ve only got to say â€˜wowâ€™! Iâ€™m very impressed. Youâ€™ve certainly got talent with a pencil, and I really like how your colouring is coming along too. I canâ€™t wait to see the finished image. Do you use a tablet for colouring? I certainly envy your Photoshop skills; I canâ€™t make that program work at all myself, and have instead opted for the Corel Painter series, which is much more like real media. I donâ€™t know of youâ€™re familiar with it, but if you ever do come across one of the programs, I suggest you try it out. Itâ€™s really great.
Thereâ€™s only one thing bugging me about your images, and thatâ€™s the size. Iâ€™m scrolling in two directions when trying to view your pictures, and frankly that takes away my focus from the appreciation of your art. I suggest resizing them a bit; a maximum size of about 700 x 700 pixels and 100 kb should be enough (thatâ€™s the standard for most online galleries, by the way.) If you donâ€™t have any proper programs for that yourself (I believe Photoshop might be able to resize pictures, although rather clumsily if I recall correctly) I recommend the Xat Image Optimizer, which can be downloaded from this page. Itâ€™s very easy to use, with click-and-drag tools, and you can view your image in real size too while making adjustments to both proportions and file size. Unfortunately, my version (which admittedly is old, so they mightâ€™ve updated the free version since) canâ€™t resize .gifs, so you might have to make your pictures .jpgs, but since you already have posted .jpgs previously, I doubt this is too much of a hassle.
Other than that, great work! Iâ€™m looking forward to future art posts from you.
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