There is one thing I don't understand. How can be an old man so muscular? A necromancer is sitting in his tower every day for 23 and a half hours. (He needs 30 mins to stand on the balcony in the moonlight to gather energy) I know that the ladders are high and the tomes are heavy but why is he on steroids?
evelyn-stormcraftFeatured By OwnerApr 29, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
A nice change of pace. Necromancers are usually lithe, pale husks hunched over their forbidden tomes that they probably can't even pick up; seeing one with muscle that could just as easily kill you with his bare hands is refreshing. A new favorite; well done.
This defines the meaning of war. As the battle of waning, the necromancer has only one choice. The dead. He summons this in hopes to win, but he doesn't know that this power can corrupt him to.
This is one of those pieces that goes straight to the favorites. You redefined the image of a necromancer. You used a light toner tone for the center piece (the necromancer), and then we get attracted to the red lights in the background. These lights come from the summonings of the dead. Great job.
Just wondering. What is supposed to be the meaning behind the candles in the background. I know that it is probably connected with the dead, but are they used as a median or just as a reference point (cause the necromancer has red eyes too).
WHOLLY SHIT!!! (i usually dont say explitives so crudely, or justa lame 2 word comment like my 2 cents count... but... WHOLLY SHIT!!!)
I almost fell off my seat when i saw this. the perspective, the characters, and the freakin scope of the scene entirely - truelly truelly amazing and epic. whoa - whats that huge giant thing in the background?! reminds me of a badass version of Oars from One Piece - a necrmanced version