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"The King Under the Mountain" by Lauren Oakenshield

LaurenOakenshield
Bree


Feb 6 2014, 5:55pm

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"The King Under the Mountain" by Lauren Oakenshield Can't Post

Hello! Here is yet another drawing of mine. . .what do you all think? Sorry if the picture isn't so clear, but hopefully you get the gist. TongueSmile

~Lauren Oakenshield
Attachments: The King Under the Mountain.jpg (43.5 KB)


Kim
Valinor


Feb 6 2014, 8:17pm

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Awwww, I love that [In reply to] Can't Post

I love that pose, and nice touch putting him in front of the mountain. Smile


Patty
Immortal


Feb 7 2014, 3:48pm

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Good job. And hey, I love your nick! / [In reply to] Can't Post

 

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LaurenOakenshield
Bree


Feb 7 2014, 4:55pm

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:) [In reply to] Can't Post

Thanks!


demnation
Rohan

Feb 9 2014, 11:08pm

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Very cool! [In reply to] Can't Post

Really shows off Thorin's "kingliness".


RangerLady23
Lorien

Feb 22 2014, 8:22pm

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Nice job! [In reply to] Can't Post

I so wish I could draw but alas! I cannot. Very nice picture.


Loresilme
Valinor


Feb 26 2014, 4:14pm

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Nice image [In reply to] Can't Post

It's a good likeness of Thorin, I like the use of profile, and his expression conveys dignity and strength with a tinge of sorrow. A small suggestion would be in the area where Orcrist is in front of the mountain, perhaps a little more contrast is needed between sword and background to bring the sword closer to the eye and have the mountain recede a bit. (It might be just the way the image reproduced here that makes them blend in to each other a bit). But perhaps just a bit more difference in the values might bring the sword forward and recede the mountain back. Nice work on showing the reflective surface of the sword and also lovely detail on the mountain entrance :-).


LaurenOakenshield
Bree


Feb 26 2014, 7:42pm

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Thanks for the advice! [In reply to] Can't Post

Thanks so much for your wonderful comment! I have to say it is the longest one I have ever received! Also, thanks so much for pointing that out . . I knew something wasn't right but couldn't put my finger on it. I'll try and fix that whenever I can! Wink


Sincerely,
Lauren Oakenshield


Ryan Oakenshield
Registered User


Apr 14 2014, 12:34pm

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GREAT pic [In reply to] Can't Post

I love the name. :)


LaurenOakenshield
Bree


Apr 14 2014, 1:28pm

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Thanks! [In reply to] Can't Post

Hey. . .I know you! I was beginning to wonder when you would comment on one of my pictures! Tongue

 
 

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