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Red Baron

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Dear friend and NG member extrordinaire JakBaronKing had asked me to draw this quite some time ago... at the time I was really busy with a few other things but I finally got to it. Better late than never? I never really draw stuff like this so it was kind of a good challenge. Thx NG <3

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i see, you took the red baron and made it in a human form



Amazing! Its perfect!


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Well dignified

It amazes me how well this character has been interpreteted over the years. It's weird how the game is kind of old, but it doesn't really matter. This is great because it depicts the baron so wonderfully. While he isn't in action, it's still great to see him stand so defiantly, ready to take on any kind of action. It looks like there might be blood or something on his sword, but it looks too faded. I recognize his ensigna as being more related to World War I.

I haven't played the game in awhile, so if I did, I would understand the character better. I like how all of his bits of armor are well defined here. You get a great sense of him being in battle with how his cape looks tattered. Although that could just be more of the angle I am looking at him from. It's great to see how the spikes stick out so well.


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Why.. This is so amazing..

I'm literally struggling to comprehend this drawing's styles, more specifically on how you drew the cape. Complete mystery, but one of these days when I find out, I will make an epic picture!

Now to wait 30 or so years for that to happen...


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Awesome...

Awesome work...
Great details and colours...


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redminus
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Uploaded
Jul 14, 2010
5:06 PM EDT
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1226 x 1012 px
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