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Famous knight chargiiiing

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By MiguelCoimbra   |   
Published: November 28, 2010
© 2010 - 2020 MiguelCoimbra
Famous knights charging us, It was made for a book about knights and castles
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IMAGE DETAILS
Software
Adobe Photoshop CS4 Macintosh
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DarkOmen94's avatar
And straight after their are finished with the enemy they are going to have at each other in a heartbeat
pasko's avatar
Interest in buying this for for noncommercial usage.
Please contact me
Galron2's avatar
God Wills It!!!
(Kingdom of Heaven)
OldJediMaster's avatar
excellent work.  I need an artist to do a book cover illustration, and this is the kind of thing I have in mind.  I have a couple hundred dollars to devote to this.  Please contact me skemerson@spamcop.net.
Flynnon's avatar
Hey there,

we're a channel that promotes score music and we used this artwork for a song, we gave you full credit though. You can check it out here:

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Keep up the great work!
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fakenamethisHobbyist Digital Artist
Tres Bien
roshdwp's avatar
In this picture I see hope for a better future which is apparent from the sun rising from the back of the castle, but those knights look dedicated to the cause!

They seem to believe in what they are fighting for!

Its interesting that I can see 2-3? knights with crowns on them so are they kings?
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PHantomDragon-56 General Artist
Your entire gallery is worth faving!

This piece is just magnificent :clap: your art is terrific.
ConfusedDM's avatar
Very beautiful work!
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aretoonProfessional Digital Artist
Dude, you totally messed up the shadows..take a look at the sun and the cast shadows, they are really off and really are messing with the over all quality of the illustration. If you corrected it I believe it would make this painting two times better
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GavinFarrellStudent Filmographer
No, the shadow positioning is very much correct, it's just that persective makes it seem as though they aren't
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Olorin89Student Photographer
wonderful
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naturegirlpokedexterHobbyist Photographer
I love the perspective and how the rays of light are shining through their galloping legs :dummy:
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