|14 Sep 2002|| Antti Iso-somppi|
the armour looks very realistic. Good work, man. Mikko S. Anttonen
replies: "Thanks, I'm a quite proud of final outcome =)"
|16 Sep 2002|| Albert J. England|
Very cool; the texture rocks.
|29 Oct 2002|| Tiina Laakso|
The first word that came into my mind was smooth. It's like the picture would have always been there, and the Noble knight has been standing in the wind for ages. (that was a pure compliment! ^_^ ) I really like this picture, it's colours and atmosphere. I don't know how to say all the things in my head (because I don't know how) but I like this picture very much. Mikko S. Anttonen
replies: "Thanks.. I like that soft/smooth atmosphere too. 'Real looking movement' is very hard to propose in art, so I make usually standing characters only. "
|25 Nov 2002|| Ben.D.Williams|
What a great picture, his dark red cloak makes him stand out bold against the stormy backround makes him jump out at you,and all the variety of greys are exellent! (you people in ElfWood are very talented)
|9 Nov 2003|| Jesse Walsted|
Very nice. I've seen a lot of armored knights drawn to have a mysterious aura around them, making you wonder if they're even human. This painting, however, gives all the strength of an armored warrior but with a very mortal, down to earth feel, like a real knight. I didn't mean to wierd you out, and apologize if I did. This was jsut what came to mind when I saw this.
|27 Aug 2004|| Lorna|
L' sil'in d'aron, ssin'urn...