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Langobard Gasindius 570 AD orig by Paullian, visual art

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Chalons by Paullian, visual art

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Aetius 1.1 by Paullian, visual art

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Artist // Professional // Design & Interfaces
  • Feb 26
  • Italy
  • Deviant for 9 years
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Sempre caro mi fu quest'ermo colle, E questa siepe, che da tanta parte Dell'ultimo orizzonte il guardo esclude. Ma sedendo e mirando, interminati Spazi di là da quella, e sovrumani Silenzi, e profondissima quiete Io nel pensier mi fingo; ove per poc...
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I've decided to create a new collection of my screenshots of Shogun 2 Total War, and this  for many reasons: Firstly, being a fan of TW Games (a part Rome 2, that is a tragedy) form 2005, I've to say that the graphic and artistic quality of Shogun 2 is IMHO absolutely astonishing! Then I play Total War Games because I'm a miniature wargamer that for many reasons can't anymore spend a lot of time on miniatures so ... what better than playing on PC the Total War series? Then I've to admit that the lamellar armors, in particular those  colorful laced Samurai lamellar armors are my mental obsession from when I was a child, but more in general, a
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I'm thinking to create a langobard warrior of the VII century, with horse and a poor Byzantine infantryman caught while lurking around in the Langobard Eastern Italy. It's not easy and I don't know if I'll be able to make a good horse, but the scene is already clear in my mind.....we will see. While this is the main objective, the next drawing will be a new III century Roman, as always slightly out of the more known Roman imaginary, I like very much the III century because it's an Age of change it's no more the Roman Classicity but it isn't yet the decadence, it's a century largely unknown, few historical sources, few images, few true arche
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Many happy returns! :) Have your cake and eat it too 
Thanks! Ive sent the request for some other soldiers that slipped my initially.

Hope you come back soon!

 

I would be honored to feature some of your work in my freshly opened group. Its specialised on high detailed military illustrations and it will host only the finest deviations and will gather some of the most talented artists.

arsmilitaria.deviantart.com/

I sent the requests. You have to confirm them.

You are also warmly invited to join.

Happy birthday! :)

There is a Scottish author I wanted to recommend to you concerning your interest in Late Roman and Dark Ages history. His name is Alistair Moffat, and he writes some fun and informative histories on Scotland, the Celtic Fringe at large, and Northern England. I think his style is simple enough for an European to follow, even if you need to keep checking his maps for location names. There might be Italian translations, but I don't know for certain.

www.amazon.com/dp/1841587893/r…

www.amazon.com/The-Faded-Map-K…

www.amazon.com/Arthur-Lost-Kin…
Are those new additions of yours supposed to  be avatars?
Okay sorry it says they are. I like them especially the Peter Connolly ones of the Romano British and British Cav Officer 306.
Excellent drawings! Top-notch stuff! :D