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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by bumbadadabum » June 27th, 2013, 12:20 pm

Love the ancient lich!

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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by Flameslash » July 20th, 2013, 3:52 pm

Seeing the defeated Asheviere looking like that makes me feel guilty, lol. Is that intended?

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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by tekelili » August 22nd, 2013, 1:35 am

Awesome ancient-lich :shock:

I know answer is probably yes, but I feel bad taking for my use such work without question: Can I use that portrait for TGT4 Ceremony Lord?
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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by LordBob » August 22nd, 2013, 8:09 pm

Sure, go ahead. Being used is what they're meant for. ;)
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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by Scaeb » January 2nd, 2014, 11:14 pm

Oh! The Lich's got two RIGHT orc arms attached.

Whilte technically possible, it really does disturb me that it's a "wrong" hand that's holding the staff!

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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by LordBob » January 3rd, 2014, 2:03 pm

Errr...Nope. Sorry, check again: the hand farthest from us is a left, with the thumb on the right side of the staff.
I will take note for future portraits that this setup might cause confusion, but it doesn't warrant editing the lich.
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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by Scaeb » January 7th, 2014, 10:08 pm

LordBob wrote:Errr...Nope. Sorry, check again: the hand farthest from us is a left, with the thumb on the right side of the staff.
I will take note for future portraits that this setup might cause confusion, but it doesn't warrant editing the lich.
It really looks to me as if the thumb were on the left. Though looking very closely, and imagining that the hand is very unnaturally twisted, I see that it might be a forefinger. Hm. Seemed wrong. Does not give an instant "that's right" feeling, but yeah, I se a hint of a middle finger on the left as well.

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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by Dixie » January 7th, 2014, 10:24 pm

Well for what it's worth, to me it was very obvious on first glance that all the hands were correct, there was not an ounce of misunderstanding. Hope I'm not needlessly adding to the peanut noise and clutter... ;)
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Re: LordBob's commissionned work

Post by Andrettin » January 9th, 2014, 7:10 am

Dixie wrote:Well for what it's worth, to me it was very obvious on first glance that all the hands were correct, there was not an ounce of misunderstanding. Hope I'm not needlessly adding to the peanut noise and clutter... ;)
I had the same impression as well.

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