It's wonderful !
Very nice, do I detect some Russian influence?
i love lord of the rings movie 8)
This is phenomenal! I love it.
Wonderfully bright and colourful LotR illustration.
Your art is awesome!
Perfect! My favourite depiction of that epic moment in the book (even more than the classic versions of Howe and Ted Nasmith)
Incredibly well done.
Gorgeous! One of my favorite chapters in the book!
"No man can defeat me!"
"I am no man!"
"I am no man!"
The subtleties of colour of the nazgul are delicious, it made me want to explore this whole image for more nice colour shifts and combos. Great interpretation of the Witch King "dieing" and fizzling out. Love the tree roots and flowers (poppies?) bordering the image ... makes it feel romantic in a way.
Gosh, Tolkien would love your for all this! <3
Incredible style. JRR would have enjoyed seeing this I reckon
Eowyn's feet look weird. But i like
This is amazing How did you get all the textures?
Thank you, I get a lot of texture through my brushes or scanned in sheets of dirty paper I covered in paint. From there I desaturated the textured sheets and put them on an overlay layer.
The composition and colours are brilliant.
I love how Eowyn combines the metallic armor with a flower crown. So elegant. :}
this is so beautiful! I wish I knew how you did this digitally!!
wow badass! d=ur art is amazing!
mysterious + Tolkienlike = PERFECT
Mmmm...you have very interesting and characteristic style.
love the way you portrayed the fellbeast
Have seen several illustrations of this scene, and your interpretation has to be my favorite of them. Beautiful composition, and everything else, really.
I want this as a tapestry on my wall.
Your LOTR illustrations are fantastic!!
Oh my! This is most awesome!
Problem, Nazgul? U mad bro?
I love this! The colors and lines are fantastic. I especially love how the dragon's neck loops across the entire piece, almost pathetically, while it's claws curve helplessly into the sky. And it's facial expression is priceless! I also like the stiff, formal stances of the two human figures; it's evocative of religious art. There are so may other things I find great about this piece but I'll just leave it at that.