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4.61 / 5.00

Apr 10, 2011 | 12:44 PM EDT
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450 x 650 px
254.5 kb

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Author Comments

More color practice. Had a lot of fun drawing the knight in this one.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I think i know whos gonna win lol


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it is

like you reached into y mind and soul and asked me about everything i liked and put it in this picture

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Tommy-Gun responds:

Yeah, I have the power to do that.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is wonderful, i myself am limited to sketching things but you have done more than any of my work could come close to

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Tommy-Gun responds:

I was in your shoes a couple of years back. Then I started using photoshop. It took me a really long time to learn the program, but I'm having fun with it now.

If you can't get photoshop, I suggest you try a free program called gimp. If you were like me, your first year or two with photoshop/gimp will be disasterous (it was for me).

I highly reccomend that you watch speedpaints on youtube. Just search "speedpaint" and you should get some good material to learn from.

If there's one more tip I can give, it's this: only draw when it's fun. Drawing should not be a chore that you have to do against your will.

Have fun!


Rated 5 / 5 stars


I love the lighting and how reflective the knight's armor is and the amount of detail on the knight, the wolf, however seems a little strangley blurred compared to the knight, as does the background

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Tommy-Gun responds:

Thanks. I didn't enjoy drawing the wolf and background, so I just spent more time working on the knight. It was funny, whenever I started shading the wolf, I just went back to the knight because that was more fun.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

"knight and wolf" simple, elagant, intrigueing.

i like the detail on knight, but i like what you did with the wolf too. it look almost abstract...

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Tommy-Gun responds:

Ah, the exact feel I was going for!