The Large and the Small

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Postby Kalah » Aug 17 2011, 23:10

I think the sun rider has the advantage on height ... I picture him winning the battle by knocking the shaman on the head with his lance.

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Postby astral76minor » Aug 18 2011, 0:53

A little too white on the outlines. Maybe a little less white would help. Nonetheless, it is a nice pic.

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Postby parcaleste » Aug 18 2011, 11:50

Finally one really classy shot.

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Postby Panda Tar » Aug 18 2011, 13:06

Still think the horse needed a bit of bulk. It looks too light and skinny for a war-horse, you see. It should look like this:

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Postby Skullmane » Aug 18 2011, 16:44

But the Knight of Flowers needs a fine and elegant steed!

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Postby parcaleste » Aug 18 2011, 19:29

^ Haha, dunno why but each and every time I see them Sun Riders the "SHINY!" from Overlord pops up in my mind. :D

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Postby ThunderTitan » Sep 26 2011, 17:34

Panda Tar wrote:>>Still think the horse needed a bit of bulk. It looks too light and skinny for a war-horse, you see.<<


As i recall most bulky horses where for pulling ploughs, not war...
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Postby Panda Tar » Sep 26 2011, 18:53

I've meant more of a bigger horse. That horse looks too small. War horses were big, perhaps not altogether bulky, the artwork shows what I've meant though.
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Postby ThunderTitan » Sep 26 2011, 20:28

That's just a perspective thing caused by the insane amounts of armour on the guy... once he takes it off he loses half of metre in height and the horse is at the right proportion to him.
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