|31 Mar 2004|| Marie ŽdreamerŽ Chapa|
awww, i love his face and toes! they are so...big and cute! great shading, and unique clothes! Congrats on Mod's Choice! Jeroen Admiraal
replies: "Thank you Mary."
|31 Mar 2004|| Krista L. Cagg|
He's got such life in his eyes! Loving, welcoming, tender....yet...that hammer. heh Well done and congrats on MC!
|27 Apr 2004|| Anonymous|
What a great drawling and the shading behind the clothes are excellent
|31 May 2004|| Bharath Haridas|
Hey thanx for dropping by!! YEAh warcraft rocks..the cinematics in ww3 is always a source of inspiration! i Love this picture creative proportios..and the detailed wardrobe..KUDos..man me still craving to get the attention of a mod "he he" Jeroen Admiraal
replies: "Tnx dude! Yes I was very surprised when I got the mod."
|26 Jun 2004|| Xeek13|
I LOVE the detail and shading on this one....The only problem I had with it is he only has FOUR toes on each foot! LOL Jeroen Admiraal
replies: "Hehe I thought that 4 big toes would fit better in the picture than 5 little ones."
|26 Jun 2004|| |
Man.. I really Wish I could draw like that... Actually I wish I could draw more then stick figures.. But I guess thats why I'm a writer.. I like dwarves.. Dwarves are good.
|7 Dec 2004|| Michelle 'dragonmajik' Mayo|
Everything is big about dwarves, everything except their height XD I love the costume for this Dwarf Mountainking, such marvelous textures! It gives him a personality apart from other dwarves I've seen. There are some things I think you could do to improve on this piece regarding the values used to describe each part of the costume. As it stands, the clarity of the piece is achieved by outlining everything, and while effective, I don't think the values are as strong as they could be.
Try thinking of objects in terms of their base value - some things we see are naturally darker than others, like someone who has blonde hair versus someone who has very dark brown or black hair. In order to show the viewer that one person has light hair and the other has dark, we would usually adjust the values in the drawing accordingly, right? Now apply that concept to the whole drawing - the Dwarf's skin might be lighter than his sleeves, and his beard might be lighter than his skin, and the straps on his sandals and his belt might be the darkest parts of his ensemble. By giving the viewer more values, you can give the viewer a more accurate view of this character and give yourself a LOT of power over the composition and leading the viewer's eyes around the image - not that that's a problem with an isolated character drawing like this one, but it's something that can be applied throughout the whole of a picture
... hope that comes across as a recommendation and not a lecture... Sometimes I get a little carried away with art-speak XD Jeroen Admiraal
replies: "Another helpful tip! Thank you! Yes now I see what you're trying to say. I think that I was slowly working to this idea in my latest pictures, but I did not realised that I was actually trying to do what you just described. I will keep it in mind, thank you!"
|25 Sep 2005|| Line|
Very impressive work here Admiraal, you've got a childish style, sort of, like a kind to the eye style if you know what I mean. very good.
You could live off of this! for sure!
|1 Jul 2007|| Jeroen ChristianCreature Vercruysse|
Da vind ik iere ook nog ne zotte stijl dadae gebruikt .De mantel de hamer zotte dwerg .Hoewel dak daar nie ceht voor benne vinnek et een prachtig werkje een van uw beste vind ik zelf
|9 Jan 2008|| Thomas Anlauf|
Another good one! That one looks funny.