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Alaric Castus Flavion


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This is Alaric Castus Flavion, one of my boyfriends' Warhammer 40k rpg characters. He is the chief inquisitor of Ordo Xenos in my story.
Coloured pencil.



Well drawn picture, proportions are ok, but I am quite sure he was meant to be a voidborn, right? They tend to have very strechted limbs/faces.
Sadly, with this picture it is clearly revealed that your scanner sucks, I am positively sure that in nature this looks way better, goes for all your drawings, that's way I personally vote for 10 Stars and 5/5.

Keep it up

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Shati responds:

Yeah, you should know this since you know them all in "real life". ;)
Thanks for defending poor Alaric. ;)


Either I am missing something of Wh40k lore or the proportions here are really strange. The size of his eyes, the length of his nose, his cheeckbones, everything seems really odd, almost uncanny-valley like. Long face, long neck, long nose, everything seems to be stretched. Of course I don't know if this might have been intentional...

To me, I can't say it is pleasant to look at. The shading also seems like you started, and accidentally did too much, trying to spread it more to safe the overall picture, it seems too spread out where it should be highlighting. The hair also seems a lot more sloppy than on your other pictures I've viewed so far.

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Shati responds:

As Greeny already said, he is a Void Born and this species of humans is known to be very long-limbed, having a high forehead and the likes. They may look sometimes a little bit like aliens, being far over 7 feet tall and weighing only about 70kg.
And also, like Greeny said, my scanner is to blame. This pic looks in "real life" far better than it does here.
Thank you for reviewing.

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May 14, 2010
4:24 PM EDT
Fine Art
File Info
508 x 700 px
13.6 KB

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