|5 Apr 2008|| Pehico|
Such amazing! I’m so impressed by your skills! This FitzChivalry isn’t exactly as I thought, but I find him realistic enought to bow before you and say thank you!
|10 Apr 2008|| Honeyedapricots|
I think this is better than some of the cover art for the Farseer books I’ve seen out there...
I’m guessing this is Chivalry’s sword, and before Fitz had his nose broken by his enemy’s lackeys. From around the time he’s taking care of all those Forged Ones.
|10 Apr 2008|| Anon.|
love it so much be the sword looks to fancy.
oh and the earring i thought it was soppose to be a stud. by that might just be me
anyway i love it
|26 Aug 2008|| Jmwstylus|
I’d place this illustration during the events of Assassin’s Quest, since he still has possession of Burrich’s earring, and already has the "badgerlock" streak of white hair. The sword would have to be Verity’s. Chronologically the nose should be broken, but given the high quality of the drawing, I am more than willing to overlook it. Great job!
|30 Mar 2009|| MT Starkey|
Bloody brilliant! Great representation of a great story.
|6 Apr 2010|| Aeon|
Great drawing! I love that it was done in profile. It gives the piece so much more character. The one thing I have to add to the others’ criticism is the way he wields his sword. It appears too effeminate for the character and a bit unnatural for the drawing. What Im getting at is the perception of weight. The position of his hands doesn’t sit right considering they are holding a sword.
Other than that, great job.
|17 Jun 2010|| Roar|
@ angi The tawny man series Fitz/Tom gets a sword from the Fool who he thinks is a bit too "flashy". About the wolf nose ridge...... its called perspective.
|26 Jul 2010|| Annn|
I think it is a beautiful representation, incorporating many aspects of the story. I pictured Fitz a little more rugged by this point in the story.