Pirate Water Mage

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Pirate Water Mage

Author Comments

Argh! This be the pirate water mage. He be havin you shiverin in yer boots in no time me lads.


This is a fantastic work of art. You are skilled with foreshortening, shading, gradients and absolutely everything in art. Definitely your best so far in my opinion. You just keep getting better! Whereas me... I procrastinate too much. XD Can not wait to see your future artworks! Just wondering, what program did you use to make this? It's front page stuff I reckon.

Ok then.

BAI BAI! STRITTY OUT! (This outro thing is quite embarrassing, but I don't give a meh.)

WordWizard64 responds:

Wow, thanks a ton for all of that! I use Photoshop to make all of my digital stuff. If you're strapped for cash, Gimp is a great free alternative. I sort of force myself to work on stuff like this, I have the free time right now so I'm taking advantage of it haha.

Very nicely done, especially the mist in the background and the eye glow, definitely badass. The only thing I think you might be able to improve on is the water in his left hand, it looks a little too solid, almost like ice, but not quite, unless that's what you were going for of course. In any case, it's a great piece of art, keep up the awesome work.

WordWizard64 responds:

Thanks a lot, I appreciate it. Yeah, water is a pain to draw lol. I was going for some sort of magical liquidy aura emitting from his fist, but I'm not sure how I feel about it either. Thanks for taking the time to review it!

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Apr 26, 2013 | 11:22 AM EDT
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