Sorry Friend it has been a while since I have made a Critique to ya it has been for ever since I have even been away but this is not about me it is about your amazing art. I will say that this is now maybe my 2nd favorite one my list of your work haha I actually use some of these art pieces to show examples in my D&D sessions, and people are so fascinated by your art and completely understand but I love the gloomy death look and the spiritual presence look to it. I like this kinda of stuff just like the giant Elemental you made a long while ago. i like the ghost stuff the armored knights I just love all the medieval fantasy stuff you make and this just adds on to the list and I will say in the lower right corner with the pile of stones you could maybe just maybe did something more. But I am not going to say anything negative about this because to be honest i cant make stuff like this so when i judge these i dont complain much I just get memorized at the work good job man and I hope these keep on coming.
Hi ~ greetings from South Africa! I love the colours in this artwork & the depiction of intense mood. The tree is beautiful in its barrenness as is the way the wind has forced its direction of growth. Your gallery is stunning! All your artwork has a wonderful vibrancy to it. You're a great mood creator. Keep up the great work!
When my gaming group is joking around, they might also react to a place like this by saying "The Oh-F*ck light just came on!"
I love gamer slang. I LOVE it. In pre-MMORPG days, or for those of us who still game in person around a table with dice and character sheets, most slang doesn't go beyond one or two groups, though there are some exceptions. As far as I know, most superhero gamers call a strong-and-tough guy like the Hulk, Colossus, or the Rhino a Brick (and there are also Flying Bricks), but most groups have different terms for the guys who mostly cut people up; are they Wolverine-Clones, Mad Slashers, Slice'n'Dicers, or Mowing Machines? We had one guy who just called them Ginsu's, and he'd always quote those old Ronco ads "It slices! It dices! It makes julienne fries!"
Meanwhile, Aaron Allston's group uses the term "brain-stone" (like a kidney stone) for a wrong idea that gets into your head and you just can't get it out again, like my thinking one of my gamers' elf character uses a sword even though he swore off them nearly two thousand years ago.
And sure, gaming slang can be as annoying as any other kind when teenaged boys--uh, I mean "people"--just use it to show off, but as a shorthand and injoke between friends, I love it all.
SmokeNmirorJonoFeatured By OwnerAug 28, 2012Professional General Artist
ever play FF9? It's my fave...this reminds me of it....I would rather see that universe expanded than any other in the FF universes, like Marvel or any other comic book series with multiple universes......you could have teams work on different adaptations with the origional creators intent, through meditation and such.....I dunno, just an idea...