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Ragnaok Online - LK and HP

Posted Jul 27, 2007, 6:44:18 AM

Ragnarok Online commission of a lord knight and high priest I was very pleased with this one.

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  • Jul 27, 2007
    Nice to see you here at PaperDemon. This is such a great piece that I had to fav it. I would of faved it before but when you posted it at Y! there was no option for it.
  • Jul 27, 2007
    Very lovely.
  • Jul 27, 2007
    I'm so happy I can finally fav this gorgeous piece. I wasn't able to on y!gal.

    I really love the detail of the armor and clothes. Their expressions were nicely done as well.
  • Jul 27, 2007
    Wow- so romantic and perty. You did the armour really nicely too. It's so beautiful ^^
  • Jul 28, 2007
    The coloring looks amazing! O.O! Great job. you have some awesome art.
  • Jul 30, 2007
    *purr* I voted for this piece when you entered that scholarship competition. Also saw it on y!, but I hardly ever comment on extras (I feel it gets lost in the throng).. But I must say it's just WONDERFUL to see it here. This painting is nothing short of amazing both artistically and emotionally. Congratulations on creating such excellent work.
  • Aug 3, 2007
    everything about this is so beautiful. the lighting really makes this piece magical. I rarely add pics to faves, but this definitely makes the cut. Great job : D
  • Aug 6, 2007
    WOW! This is nothing short of superb! Maybe I'm old-fashioned but I usually have some reservations about artwork created or modified through computer programs, but for this beauty I'm making an exception. FAVED IT!
    • Aug 8, 2007
      What's so wrong about coloring things on the computer? Imagine how much it would cost to buy a good set of markers or pencils that could rival the quality or color selection of a simple program like Photoshop or GIMP. I'd say if it's far more cost efficient and you can use it, it shouldn't matter.

      Hell I wish I had an intuitive tablet like the Cintiq so I could color things like I would with pencils but using the near endless selection of colors you could with a computer.
      • Aug 10, 2007
        Undoubtedly, the end result is wonderful to behold and I agree that art materials are far more expensive in the long run than a computer program. I was just saying that I'm a little old-fashioned in my own choice of medium and I will still stick to hand-held brushes, pencils and the ilk. Ciao!
  • Aug 27, 2007
    Oh, wow.. *_* The details on this are incredible. I love all the glittering specks along the armor and even on their faces. Such a lovely pose, too!
  • Oct 16, 2007
    Very beautiful; I love how you captured the two at night. The tones and colors are perfect too! Great job.