Wow. This is something almost new. Very rarely will you see a picture that isn't comprised of lines, it looks like you just added shading to the correct parts to define the edges of the different elements of the picture, creating a work very similar to an old black and white photograph. That HAD to take quite a bit of time and skill, great work
Wow this is great! There is so much detail i feel like getting lost in there. It remind me of Minimaid's work! And she's very talented so it's a compliment to you ! Very great work....wow...again. A fav for sure!
Wow that's really well done. It reminds me a lot of Minimaids work. You've done a nice job on the drapery and giving attention to detail.
One thing to watch for though, objects in the distance should have lower contrast than objects in the foreground. Meaning, the darkest darks should be in the foreground and not the background. This is to create a sense of atmospheric perspective. You've sort of got that going with some of the distant trees being lighter. But in the middle right hand side of the page is a dark shape (right above the horse) and it looks like that's a distant tree or bush. The darkest darks should probably be on the bard's hair and in shadows surrounding her, not in the background. See attached visual critique for a sample. I've used photoshop to manipulate some of the contrast of the piece. notice how it seems to feel like the drawing has more depth.
It´s beautiful! the details are... are... jeez! i don´t know what to say! is so awesome! beauty! the landscape is so beautiful! "how many times i have said it´s beautiful?" hehe well just 1 word to describe it... Amazing! great work!