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Noldo Soldier by LuisFBejarano Noldo Soldier by LuisFBejarano
Illustrator + Photoshop
Based on The Silmarillon, by J.R.R. Tolkien
Property of Luis F. Bejarano
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Pearl-Shadow Jan 15, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I like how you did the collar, and the shoulders.
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:iconheartofoshun:
I love this. Very convincing and fits what I have imagined they might have looked like.
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:iconnorton83:
Fantastic! My mind goes to Middle-Earth and I almost can see him fighting. It just look so good that I wish to see more of it. Congratz!
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tirldar Jan 17, 2010
As so many have already mentioned, the armor looks amazing. I especially like the delicate design on the helmet (is that a wing pattern?). The lighting is also excellent -- stark and elegant. Love the Noldor as you have depicted them.
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:iconluisfbejarano:
Thank you very much! Yes, that´s a wing pattern, but not very visible by the light xD
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LadyElleth Jan 6, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I definitely agree with WF74 on the hoplite quality of that armour - must be the helmet, to a large degree. But I love how elegant and organic it seems. Wonderful work there!
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:iconluisfbejarano:
Thank you so much!^^
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:iconwoutart:
Very stylized, great design. It has a Hoplite and Roman quality to it, but with more and better armor. It's almost sci-fi the lines a so 'modern'. Unique view, love it. Not necessarily my view, but very creative!
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:iconluisfbejarano:
Thank you so much! I always try to give a personal view to my drawings. And you has defined exactly what I tried with this one (a kind of more sophisticated ancient greek soldier). :)
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crossrhythm Jan 3, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
I love how slim this armour is. It avoids the bulkiness and superfluousness of stylized medieval armour, but still looks durable and yet lightweight. Very practical. :) Nice work!
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