Now THIS is a beautiful image, my friend! I think the best part about it is...everything! It's probably the best drawing I've reviewed all day! I could just go on forever about the wonderful detail that is this drawing. I love how there's tons of detail in the background and well, pretty much everywhere else! I just think it's great that you depict good and evil like this.
The way you've depicted the judgement is just so creative. This helmet or headdress the judge is wearing is fantastic too. I'm guessing this takes place in Purgatory. Then again, it seems too colorful to not be in Heaven. Well, whatever it's supposed to be, it's wonderful. It perfectly illustrates the good and bad in us all!
This a wonderfully done piece. The neutral yet judgmental feeling that comes from the design of the "Judge" and the background gives it a more "Truthful" feel overall which I feel supports the whole idea. The addition of the two well-known opposite symbols of Harmony and Chaos help further this by also allowing a more interpretive look into the piece. The viewer is made to be neutral, not favoring either entity or belief. The symbols were also a nice touch that make the viewer truly feel that this "Judge" is a higher entity than both Chaos and Harmony. The symbols both included in the buildings, background and character contribute to this a great deal almost as much as the design of the "Judge" helps to portray her rule and view over the balance of the world. A final note I would like to make is that the size of the "judge" gives her a greater authority and that the skill of the artist is amazing. Keep up the wonderful work.
kinda makes you think whats next
Epic, beautiful, inspiring and more
i love almost everything about this illustration except for the ring fingers which u missed nails on both, i also like the background info about this goddess, with her, i dont really have to worry about going to hell =D, unless their "jail" is another word for hell lol
no words to describe such greatness
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