Faramir and Eowyn for weeeheee..... it's for too 12. Traditional. Sketch, lineart, colour. Use an hour or more for every step. (...i made lineart!!!!....i don't like them in my watercolours works ...there are sooo difficult )
This is a very different interpretation of these two--I like the style, however. It reminds me of the Gaelic way of capturing pictures in ancient books. I like how the watercolour makes Eowyn's hair look red-gold and how the watercolour effect also gives her mantle a dark shadowyness. I'm not sure what's with the spots of red on Faramir's face, but I rather like the medeivall patterns on his green cloak. Green like the rangers of Ithilien! It's the absence of colour that signifies the 'white' tree--I really like that! Overall very well done.
the painting of this must have been difficult though.
LoudSkiesFeatured By OwnerDec 29, 2011Student Traditional Artist
This is (for whatever reason) reminiscent of my childhood memories, cartoons I watched and books I read. The colors and color combinations are absolutely lovely, I adore that your style is so... deceivingly simple-looking. And I quite like the "unfinished" background.
Hi! I really love the colours and flowing, swirling lines - it really looks very fairy tale like, and Finduilas' mantle looks stunning! Would you consider sharing this on the Faramir Fiction Archive (www.faramirfiction.com)? We archive pictures either on site or as a link; you can contact us at email@example.com - hope you will!