|8 Nov 2003|| HellFish15|
This pic reminds me of some of my own works only yours are
a hella lot better than mine! Keep up the good work.
|25 Jan 2004|| Pixiefrog|
Not a proper beserker? Whut?
Also, does anyone *ever* listen to Anonymouses?
Have these people ever heard of *art*?
|5 Mar 2004|| Anonymous|
excuse me for Being critical he could be a bit more bulky
however as I am a writer not a drawer I will keep quiet on what you I think you *should* have done.Also Ive never seen an actual dwarf to base my thoughts on.
Anyways very good,also did you pick the runes in the block for a specific reason? or is it just for aesthetic purposes?
|7 Mar 2004|| John|
Good!But I want to see blood and gore!I lika see blood and gore!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|15 Jul 2004|| Spider|
Reminds me of a Warhammer trollslayer but a bit skinnier.
I like it.
I'd have made the shoulders a bit broader since he wields a rather large axe. But I agree unless you basing a picture on an already establish and specific character/object then you can draw it however you want. Though a twenty foot dwarf might be poorly received.
|20 Nov 2004|| Bass|
Actually it's Perfect. 1. the Dwarf is Short and Compact. Dwarves are not tiny weaklings, they are explosive feats of strength in small packages. 2 one of the original translation of Berzerker was "Bare Sarks", or Bare of Shirt/armor. and all the cuts on him, you can tell he's been through a few platoons and ready for more... Great Job Chummer. Email me if you do commission work...
|30 Dec 2005|| Tuskin D Roberts|
I really like the way the size of the axe speaks for his strength...nice subtlety in a very, uh, unsubtle...pic.
|11 Apr 2006|| Jester' Student|
Very nice work, I am a great fan of Dwarfs and that is a fairly accurate image of one. Out of personal preference only I would have made the larger axe smaller and the smaller one a little bit larger. But how ever you like my friend.
|16 Jan 2008|| Brooks|
its so juvenile of him to talk like that