|27 Feb 2004|| Mazza Marie|
\Bal"dric\, n. [OE. baudric, bawdrik, through OF. (cf. F. baudrier and LL. baldringus, baldrellus), from OHG. balderich, cf. balz, palz, akin to E. belt. See Belt, n.] A broad belt, sometimes richly ornamented, worn over one shoulder, across the breast, and under the opposite arm; less properly, any belt. [Also spelled bawdrick.]
there you go. and, if you are going for realism, your pic is a bit off, but I don't really see it that way...it's sort of cartoonish, in a very regal way. but you did miss the baldric.
|28 Feb 2004|| Galisha <ogham_scholar@ver...n|
Hello there, Mr. Pincushion! I suppose that baldric won't protect you from any arrows....
|29 Feb 2004|| Monkey|
This is really cool!! I love it!! Yeah, Boromir's ok, yeah, he's pretty cool, This is an excellent drawing.
|20 Aug 2004|| Someone Watching|
Finally! People always say 'what?!' when I say I like Boromir, I don't why? This is a painting right? Very good job.
|4 Feb 2005|| Shoelace|
heehee he looks like Jesus!
|7 Jun 2007|| VonVeltan1ca|
Your picture is great...Except for the foreshortening. It makes his head look like a bobble-head doll, like its bigger then the rest of his body.