Fantastic, brilliant, awesome.
Right on the money.
Right on the money.
A great tribute to your inspiration of Frazetta! Beautiful
Really nice composition and colors.
I really like the way the tones mesh and fade in this one. The shadow play along the skin and the sword as well as the shadows. Mwah!
I realy love the "Frazetta's like". Good job.
amazing choice for color! its a great picture!
great depth, colour and light
Judging by the title and the picture, this is a representation of Jirel of Joiry from C. L. Moore's short story, "Black God's Kiss." Is that right? Or is it just a coincidence?
'Love the atmosphere in this scene *_*
Vey nice! You can see the Frazetta influence clearly, but some things you make your own, like the sword and armor.
This picture is amazing...
Very Nice =]
Super, I love this story, I imagine it in other way, but this version it's cool!
My fav for today! WOW!
It looks like it was inspired by Frazetta ^^
in love with this piece. Frazetta's influence is undeniable, but it's part of why I like this so much. Good job and nice job in using his style. RIP Frazetta.
Jirel! Awesome. I found the book first, then found your cover here. What an excellent discovery
es muy parecido a un cuadro de frazzeta, genial
Beautifully ode to Frazetta.
I immediately saw Frazetta's influence, fantastic artist. Fantastic piece. :]
great job shadows, and composition
Black God's Kiss is one of the stories by C.L. Moore about Jirel of Joiry. Both the author and the character are, undeniably, the First Ladies of Fantasy -- and the stories are still a terrific read even after nearly eighty years since they were first published!
This is gorgeous.
You must be be channeling Frazzetta some kind of way. Beautiful.
great, seems like an heroin from some epic stories.
i bet you made the author very happy with this cover, because you've successfully made me want to read this book
I adore this illustration! F***ng awesome!
F***ng great!!! Looks awesome!
WOW! WOW! WOW! Where did you do it? PS or Painter? This is AMAZING! Very good work!
Oh I love this piece! has a great Frazetta feel about it, and the woman looks awesome.