Holy Potatoes! This is a pretty good work, and i am not saying it for the great angle of the camera, i am saying it for the amazing ammout of DETAILS the picture has. I know how time consuming is to make all those little things, and of course it tells me how many work you have put in your piece, and i have to say, the architecture is something that have impressed me a lot.
The only thing i wold recall into this work are the Clouds, i dont like how they are done, they look so simple, they are not too realistic as the rest of your work, but who cares? They are not so important because the atention focuses on the weapon who is good done.
I love everything about this piece of art. I love the angle, the way the characters are standing, the brutal look - beautiful! I also love little details; like the way the blue warrior's muscles bulge out, the architecture, and the weapons. The only problem I see is the "spirits" who flank the farther warrior. I feel that they aren't really visible to the eye. However, everything was placed evenly, the costumes are extremely unique, and there's always something in this work to catch your eye.
I believe this is very original, because I haven't seen anything like this executed in such a way you did. I can just picture this on a trading card! This is a truly great piece of art. Thank you.
Wow! I love the vibrancy of the blue against the yellow tones - it really emphasises the drama of the moment. You've managed to portray movement without loss of detail too, a great achievement in my book! I love the design of the costumes/crumbling stonework as well. Great work!
woah look at all that detail. nice. But i also agree w/ his ( = paulcellx ) critique. Usually when a battle's about to go down, it's not sunny out...and that's a pretty bright baby blue....You have to give it a more..sinister look/feel. But other than that...yooooo this is wayyyyyyy better than what i could ever do. Great job. ^^,