It seems like I'm familiar with most of these drawings. I still don't know who Ezio is. At least I recognize the iconic white cloak. Dang, is that awesome! It makes me realize how realistic this is made. You can really see a lot of detail put on this guy's beard. It's worth looking at!
The background is done wonderfully too. You show off great shades of gray. Hmm, that phrase reminds me of something bad. I think the light is supposed to form a cross. I don't think it's a religious game, though.
Holy crap! That is so good... You've got TALENT. Also, congratulations on having Jazza showcase it!!! :DDDDD
If I tried to draw that, I would get the following WRONG:
-All sense of awesomeness, and how ShanableTheCannibal said, "..a moody, serious feel to it."
Keep it up!
(Maybe you should make copies and sell it :O I sure would buy it (if my parents would let me :P They're no fun when it comes to that)
Ha, thanks for the great compliment but I don't thing Ubisoft would be very happy if I sold a picture of their copyrighted character lol. You are more than welcome to copy this picture for whatever you want though!
i swear i thought you just took a picture of the cover and made it black and white it looks great bro :)
Lol thanks, I worked really hard to get it as close as possible!
Very well done! I'm a HUGE Ezio fan he is and will always be the best AC-character ever. In his days AC was a good game with a fantastic storyline and singleplayer. I guess those days are over now with that warriorlike indian and that f***ed up storyline... -_-
Anyway, I can't give you a five because I don't really like the black and white I would prefer white and red or black and red and his face maybe or maybe not in the 'normal' skin colour of Ezio.
Great art work! I look forward to see more AC art from you :)
Ah yes that atmosphere. I can see it's up close and personal. Concealing his face. That display of formality. Lighting has it's fair share of dampening. Details are taking form. The angles worked out beautifully. What a great piece this is.
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