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Re: [Adonthell-artwork] Some more sketches

From: Kai Sterker
Subject: Re: [Adonthell-artwork] Some more sketches
Date: Fri, 17 Jan 2003 00:35:12 +0100

On Thu, 16 Jan 2003 20:29:34 +0000 LunarBlade Valentine wrote:

> Hi! ^_^

Hey, we've been missing you already, LunarBlade. Nice to see you are
still with us! :)

> Hey, please give me some feedback on the other drawings? I need to
> know if I'm in the right direction with Albrecht and the others.

Um, have you seen all the replies on the artwork mailing list? You
should have, but here are the links to the archive, just in case.


Sulin, Cirades & Risartus:


If something's not clear yet, just post a follow up. But usually, if
there are no complaints, it means that things are just fine :).

> I tried to make Mina look as if she was a strong, pretty woman when
> she was younger. Helping with the Blacksmith, I would think she gained
> some muscle; but that was years ago, wasn't it? So I tried to make her
> with the fire she must have had way back then.
> At least that's the general idea. The sketch itself is rather simple
> to embody all those traits, don't you think?

It comes pretty close, though :). All in all, your concept for Mina is
very fitting. 

> In the world of Adonthell, what's the differences between Elves and 
> Half-Elves? I mean, I know that half-elves are half human, but... are
> their ears smaller? Are they less graceful than elves? Rayne looked
> mighty elvish to me in Waste's Edge...

Something about the different races can be found here:

The main difference are the ears, I guess. Those of Half-Elves are
smaller than those of Elves. 

In general there are two types of Half-Elves: the rural ones that are
close to nature and not so stylish. Then there are those that serve
Elves and take on some of the elvish habits. 

Lady Frostbloom is quite a mixture of both. She's independant and close
to nature as the rural Half-Elves, but she behaves pretty Elf-like.

The drawing of here is really good, btw!

> ...And I really don't know what possessed me to draw Alek a mug of
> ale... ^_^;

:). Suits him well. I'm just wondering whether darker hair would let him
appear bit more dangerous.

Altogether you've done a really great job, once again :).


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