|24 Apr 2000|| The Artist|
Thank you! I was wondering when someone would say something to that effect. And seeing as how I'm the DM of this here page, things will continue to be...dare I say it???....different!!! *gasps*
|23 May 2000|| Chris Kelly|
Umm...Is it just me, or is it pathetic that all of you are argueing about elves not being paladins, when the could be saying what great shading and drawing the artest did, Good Job, Except the back leg looks a little strange to me
|9 Jun 2000|| Kat|
There are Elven Knights (if you don't want to say paladin) and this is a nice one. Oh, and in 3rd edition AD&D Elves can be paladins.
|3 Jul 2000|| Lisa Ann Luxton|
Besides which, AD&D doesn't make the rules for all of fantasy! This has me more than a little ticked, that so many people are so quick to insist that it must always be as one particular game says. AD&D didn't invent or copyright elves or paladins. I could write stories about a Cthulhu-oid paladin if I darn well wanted to! *giggles, ahems and quits ranting*
|9 Aug 2000|| Mary Ames Murphy|
I LOVE his armor and his determined facial expression... geez, I've gotta work on my humanoids. Great shading, as usual. Someone mentioned that his far leg looked strange- I think that may be because it appears to be going back, but the foot positioning doesn't quite seem to reflect that. That's really nitpicking, though; this is a remarkable piece.
|12 Nov 2000|| Sharon|
The shield was first to draw my eye... Very striking design. And the face... I notice his eyes do not seem to be dropping.
|20 Aug 2001|| The Abacus|
That shield... wow (the rest is good as well, but the shield is great)
|16 Jan 2002|| Mary|
This pic was excellent. Most people tend to make elven palidins look frail. This was exactly how a pictured the order.
|24 Jun 2002|| Vkandis' Own|
niiiiiiiiiiiice shield. I like.
|23 May 2004|| Dragon Faerie|
Anyone who reads the Dragon Lanse saga, or The Forgoten Realms, I love! *kisses all who do*