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Jonathan R. Brünner

"The FOUR cerca 5200A.C" by Jonathan R. Brünner

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Created: Spring 2000 - Spring 2001

I actually didn't work on this all that much and only completed it because it seemed wrong to only have three of the FOUR. This is actually four drawings laid upon eachother and manipulated with photoshop so I can take them apart and rearrange them if I were ever so inclined.

9 Dec 200345 N - manu
The work is splendid except the guy ,it lacks something,
but the idea has been done a million times ,try watching less cartoons
9 Dec 200345 Ace carter
sorry I ment that I love that chick with the staff
9 Dec 200345 Ace carter
Nice work,love the hot bow and arrow chick,the dragon type warrior was pretty awsome the dwarve was surpurbly done.
9 Dec 200345 Kalvin r.coon
Awsome, but i have two questions. Is it me, or are the girls eyes crossed? And whats the guy doing with his hands? The large creature is completely awsome, and the beard with the dwarf hanging off of it is cool.

Oh yeah...Somebody give that girl a twinkie
16 Jan 200445 Kais
Wow great picture.....The style is much like that of arcana unearthed
21 Feb 200445 Streit
The shading is very well done, but each character is shaded differently, so it looks like you don't have a consistant light source. The girl looks cross-eyed and the dwraf's beard is ridiculously large. The girl's scythe kinda looks like a feather, and the position of her foot and the stitching on the boot makes it look like her leg is twisted around backwards.
28 Jun 200445 Maxbertfan
First off, this idea is great, and N - Manu's childish rude comment about watching less cartoons wasn't necessary.

Second off, about the shading, all the pictures were put together by photoshop. If you would have read what he had to say about the picture you would've known that.

In addition i think her footing is fine, though it seems she does look cross-eyed. It isn't a scythe she's carrying, it's a staff, a scythe would have a much larger blade and would come out further from the base.

Lastly, I never want to hear you say that a dwarf's beard is 'ridiculously large'. For dwarves, the bigger, the better! And I would agree heartily.

All in all, you people need to lessen your criticism and open your minds up a bit. Once you know what the artist wants to portray here, then give him some pointers if there are any needed in a kindly manner.

I actually think this a wonderful picture, and is well done, I like your style very much, and you are my second favorite artist here at elfwood 1
27 Apr 200545 Kain
well said maxbertfan, i totally agree. If you didn't say that i would of.
16 Jan 200645 Shalbo
I Absolutely like your way of shading. It looks natural, but also a little bit like a commic book. I like it
8 Aug 200645 Anonymous
Haha THAT´s WHAT A DWARF LOOKS LIKE! ^^ I have been looking at ure works and im am very impressed..
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'The FOUR cerca 5200A.C':
 • Created by: :-) Jonathan R. Brünner
 • Copyright: ©Jonathan R. Brünner. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Baaz, Chick, Cleric, Draconian, Dwarf, Fighter, Half-elf, Human, Mage, Prostitute, Sorceress, Theif, Woman
 • Categories: Angels, Religious, Spiritual, Holy, Royalty, Kings, Princes, Princesses, etc, Warrior, Fighter, Mercenary, Knights, Paladins, Wizards, Priests, Druids, Sorcerers..., Dwarf, Dwarves
 • Techniques: Other
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 • Resolution: 500x631

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