i love it! like you.......nah lie haha
You mean, 'you like me, not in THAT way.' At any rate, glad you loved the artwork. Cheers!
Brilliant art. So many details, and generally quite a powerful piece. I sort of agree with kkots on the whole perception thing: my eyes are darting everywhere when I view this, but then again, when you have what appears to be a possessed being suspended in front of a wheel with a brutal array of medieval weaponry and torture instruments, then I suppose that's intentional.
This would be a fitting concept for a prime antagonist indeed. You mentioned that Indomitus was a 'possessed Brit', which sounds quite disturbing in itself (this revamp brings out the suffering of the central figure a lot more than the chibi.)
Also, the Day of Reckoning soundtrack would go well with the materialising of Indomitus. It certainly sounded like it was composed for that purpose.
A coloured version would be ace, but I still admire the way you rendered this: it gives it a sense of bleakness.
Original stuff as usual, and it's pleasant knowing that you're still drawing/composing. I hope you are well.
It's really hard to perceive the picture as a whole. There are too many cluttered details. They are not organized in any order. The details are really chaotic. It's hard to look at this.
Would had been much better if you threw all those weapons away and just left the wheel with chains and spikes on it.
I think, that was the point though... the executions and even the persecution are all chaotic. I thought once on how throngs would gather at Tyburn to watch the executions, and they'd scramble like it was the football stadium. And you had all the merrymaking among the spectators while the condemned were left up there to die...
Still, I agree with you: the breaking wheel with chains and spikes alone would've served as a much cleaner image. If anything, *I* find it harrowing to look at this. >_<
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