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4.65 / 5.00

Dec 4, 2009 | 9:34 PM EST
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Annika's soul turns violent...

Critiques welcome.

EDIT: Okay! Updated with some of the changes people suggested to me. Feel free to tell me it still looks like crap, haha.

EDIT: Edited again with some really minor fixes.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

It's awesome


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Another amazing picture by the Hew, good job!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is really good, I like her face, the expression on her looks deadly but she is still pretty

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is the third work of yours I've seen with this character (I am assuming its the same character). Is she the same? If so, does she have a name? If not, I noticed the pendant on all three are the same, is there certain meaning you have prescribed to that detail? I don't mean to pry, I just love hearing artist's take on their own work and processes.

GREAT piece, as always.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent as always

I missed this one. I'm going to have to look through your work again and find the pieces I missed, as well as pop over to DeviantArt to check out the story you wrote to go with each picture. I always look at your work of Annika for inspiration while I'm writing my own stories, so thank you for that.
As for this particular piece. Well there's not much I can actually say here. Pretty much all the faults I can see have already been pointed out, save one, and it's a minor thing. Her cloak is tattered and torn, and she is spattered in a bit of blood, but on a battlefield she'd be a bit messier than that, even in winter. Some nicks in the armour, or cuts in her breeches would have just added to the intensity of this moment.
But other than that, everything is good. Once again you've captured mood very well, especially by focusing on the anger and blood, rather than the horrors of combat. It's an emphasis that really works for this piece.
Thanks for sharing.

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