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PostPosted: Sun Feb 10, 2008 3:56 pm    Post subject:  Reply with quote

I apologize for the continuing delay, but some things have come up that require my attentions. I continue to work on your requests, and I have gathered all of the required reference materials, but I would not expect them to be complete until later in the week. I hope that you can forgive me my lateness.
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If its not to much trouble I would like a long sword. Not the kind that you see adventurers using that look like they are made from killing kobolds and. I want a sword that started out made by a black smith for a soldier. They kind of sword you can see being used to do the most damage when cutting some thing, and can cut through armor. And maybe some little trinkets like gems or good luck charms that this person had collected in their travel after the war. I should look beat up and well used but also well taken care off.
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Seftsirag wrote:
If at all possible, would you consider doing a small dagger for me, please?

Fairly short, with a blade made of matt-black metal, one edge slightly knotched and jagged, the other smoothe. The handle is made of cracked, splitting wood, very roughly carved in the shape of a totem of three skulls, jaws facing the blade. Stored within a simple dark sheath marked with the emblem of a small thorny vine.



As you can see, this is not a knife that you want to be stabbed with. I tried to make the blade of the dagger look like your description while simultaneously making it look as brutally efficient as possible. The way I envision it, this is a knife that goes in low and comes out high, with the user pulling it up as he withdraws it from a victim, allowing the serrated edge of unsharpened side make the wound all the more horrible. As for the handle and cross-guard, I tried to follow your description as closely as possible, but I just couldn't make the three" skulls" thing work. With four skulls, though, it all seemed to come together. I don't know if I'm the only one that sees it, but the four skulls seem, at least to me, as though they would fit the contour of the hand very comfortably, and comfort's important when you're disemboweling.

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The bow is a dark blue colored metal alloy and is inscribed with various electric blue runes. The runes look like utter gibberish. There actually isn't a string on it.


I think it should also be a little blunt, so as to be used to club someone if necessary. I don't know if that's good enough, but I'll leave you to your own devices for the rest of it.



As you can see, I went off and did something a little bit strange with this one. When you leave me to my own devises, well, odd things tend to happen. Okay, the obvious: it's a bow, made out of blue metal and adorned with electric blue runes, without a string. That's what you asked for. Now, here's where things go wonky: the bow splits in half at the center globe into two Amerindian war clubs for use in melee combat. I will allow this quote from the article wherein I learned about them educate you on the subject:

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No one knows when the ball headed war club first appeared. It was in common use in the early 16th century and was popular with the war-like tribes of the American eastern seaboard, eventually spreading to the Great Lakes region and northern Canada all the way to the Great Plains west of the Mississippi. In battle, a dedicated blow from the ball of the club could easily break a limb or crush a skull like a bat going through a watermelon. For added dynamism, and increased effectiveness, the ball was sometimes spiked with an antler, bone, knapped stone, or even iron.


A real nasty piece of work, if you ask me. I imagine that you would put your thumbs on the blue circles on the center ball, push down, and twist to take it apart. Then, bash away until the point where you need to put it back together so that you can start firing arrows again. I think it's nifty.

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You're taking weapon requests?

Umm...could I have a souldagger? (A kind of weapon that both Ilvari and Castaras used)

Basically, it's a pure black dagger, with the blade being the blackest, the hilt slightly greyer, maybe with a few runes/gems on the hilt(colours being either pale blues or blood reds). Not too much decoration though... It was made to kill things, not to look pretty. It's purpose is to annihilate the soul itself, resulting in the person being killed never being able to have an afterlife/never be resurrected. Not a nice weapon really. =P



I love odd dagger designs. Can you tell? With this one, I went for a large, curved blade with a wide surface area. The handle is black wood capped in bronze and set with gemstones of a muted, almost dying color. There is no cross-guard, to offset the weight caused by the size of the blade. Instead, you hold the lower portion of the handle with your middle, ring, and little fingers and the upper portion with the pointer. Imaging the handle like the grip of a pistol, with that curved bronze protrusion being the trigger. Hold it like that. In this way we don't need a cross-guard because the "trigger" keeps our hand from slipping. Wacky, yet functional.

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If its not to much trouble I would like a long sword. Not the kind that you see adventurers using that look like they are made from killing kobolds and. I want a sword that started out made by a black smith for a soldier. They kind of sword you can see being used to do the most damage when cutting some thing, and can cut through armor. And maybe some little trinkets like gems or good luck charms that this person had collected in their travel after the war. I should look beat up and well used but also well taken care off.


Okay, here we are. A sword that is as simple in its appearance as it is in its functionality. The sword gets heavier at the tip to increase its chopping power, and the tip itself is tapered enough for a very vicious thrust, though I would chop at armored opponents and stab at unarmored ones. (EDIT: Or, maybe I'm wrong and Ms. E is right. To be honest, I was guessing.) It's a very versatile weapon, I think, well-suited to the rigors of a prolonged campaign. The handle is bronze with a leather grip, and a small talisman dangles from it by a piece of string. The blade is sharp, but worn down by a thousand grindings. The weapon is showing its age, but it's no less efficient now than it was on the day of its forging.

There, I think that I'm all caught up. If I've missed anyone, please don't hesitate to bring your commissions to my attention. Also, I'm back open for business, so if anyone has a weapon that they want drawn, please don't hesitate to post it in this thread.

And, as always, comments and critiques?


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:06 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Those are nice. My favourite is Cassie's soul dagger.

In other news, I might like a couple. If you only want to do one of them, that's fine.

Both weapons belong to Endrik, though he hasn't seen much (read: any) use lately.

The first is his hammer, which is built to be functional, for the most part. It's steel, and has a very long shaft, being a polearm. The head is larger than those on traditional lucerne hammers, looking more like the ones on something like this. Only there should be a spike on the top, and those runes around the edge would be replaced by rivets. Other than that, do what you like.

The second is Endrik's khopesh, which is significantly fancier. It's made from blue tinged steel, with a blue gem on the pommel and a spiked guard. runes run along the length of the blade. There should also be something odd about it, doesn't matter what. Not really odd, but sort of off, like a paladin really shouldn't be using this sword. Little things that make it look kind of evil. Again, do what you like.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wouldn't you stab at armored opponents, going for weakpoints in the armor, and hack at unarmored?  I would think the armor would deflect heavy blows, but putting all the pressure at one point would pierce the stuff fairly well.

Anyway, I really love the first weapon.  The four skulls do look pretty amazing on the hilt.  There's so much detail and thought in it that I must say it's my favorite.

My second favorite is either the bow or the blade for nightwing.  The bow would be better if the metal had some sort of texture, though.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:08 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That soul dagger is perfect Soph. Thankyou so much for it.

Exactly what I'd imagine a maniac drow using. ^.^

The other weapons look awesome too.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow, those are great!

There's one I'd like, but I have no idea where the description went...Vael, do you still have the description of that dagger Aesa gave Shrike?
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Castaras wrote:
That soul dagger is perfect Soph. Thankyou so much for it.

Exactly what I'd imagine a maniac drow using. ^.^

The other weapons look awesome too.

I'm very glad that you like it!

Destro, I'm already working on your hammer. The khopesh will come second.

Bushranger, once I get a description I'd be more than happy to draw that dagger for you.
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excellent, and thank you. I look forward to seeing it.
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 2:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sophistemon wrote:
Bushranger, once I get a description I'd be more than happy to draw that dagger for you.

Thanks!

I found the description, here it is:

Vael wrote:
Aesa grins at Shrike as she looks over the dagger. The dagger weighs nicely in her hand- balanced, light enough to be versatile and heavy enough to have impact. It's made out of adamantine, and has a small sigil on it that looks like a circle with a lightning bolt through it.
While holding it, Shrike can also feel that it serves as a sort of focus for her electrical skills- it doesn't enhance them, but could increase her control over them, allowing her greater accuracy and possibly range.

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I refuse to draw something that isn't at least somewhat ornamental, so Endrik's hammer was a good exercise in combining form and function in a weapon designed inflict horrible wounds from any of its four(!) striking points. The haft of the weapon is a dark, hard wood like hornbeam wrapped in thick rawhide strips for gripping. A bronze spike caps the bottom of the weapon, and a bronze sheath holds the steel head to the wooden haft. The hammer itself has bronze studs in place to hold everything together. All in all, I've discovered that I like the color bronze I think that it looks pretty good, though of course I'm willing to make any changes to it that you want.



The khopesh was really fun to draw because, as I'm sure you've noticed, I love strangely-shaped weapons. We have the handle, wrapped in wide stripes of treated leather capped with (even MORE) bronze, with additional bronze(!) studs holding it in place. The pommel is adorned with a rather large sapphire. The guard is (sheesh!) bronze and curves down to join the pommel, and is studded with small spikes for... punching or something. The blade itself is longer and more curved that the khopeshes that I saw on Google Image, and quite a bit heavier for a more devastating chop. The blade is blued steel, and made stronger by a slightly raised spine of metal that strengthens the blade against impacts. And, though I'm not sure about the sword being evil, there's just something about the spike, long scything curves and hieroglyphics (that read, "In the end, all shall be as dust") that makes one think that maybe, just maybe, this is not a weapon that should be in the hands of a good guy.

Comments and critiques? Anything you want changed?

Oh, and I would like to ask that, if anyone out there knows how I can make this stuff look better, using textures and gradients and suchlike, please take some time to teach me how.

It's time to up my game a little, methinks.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 6:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sophistemon wrote:
Seftsirag wrote:
If at all possible, would you consider doing a small dagger for me, please?

Fairly short, with a blade made of matt-black metal, one edge slightly knotched and jagged, the other smoothe. The handle is made of cracked, splitting wood, very roughly carved in the shape of a totem of three skulls, jaws facing the blade. Stored within a simple dark sheath marked with the emblem of a small thorny vine.

-image snipped-

As you can see, this is not a knife that you want to be stabbed with. I tried to make the blade of the dagger look like your description while simultaneously making it look as brutally efficient as possible. The way I envision it, this is a knife that goes in low and comes out high, with the user pulling it up as he withdraws it from a victim, allowing the serrated edge of unsharpened side make the wound all the more horrible. As for the handle and cross-guard, I tried to follow your description as closely as possible, but I just couldn't make the three" skulls" thing work. With four skulls, though, it all seemed to come together. I don't know if I'm the only one that sees it, but the four skulls seem, at least to me, as though they would fit the contour of the hand very comfortably, and comfort's important when you're disemboweling.

And, as always, comments and critiques?


Cripes! Many Thanks, Sophistemon!

I'd forgotten that I'd asked for this, or even who/what I wanted it for, though it fits well for one of my long-term villains, both in Town, and in the character's original context (so-called 'novel' I've been working on since I was 13 ...)

Anyway, 'tis a fantastic piece of art; I love the shape of the blade, the cross-guard is a nice touch, and you're right about the skulls.
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Oooh.

Sickle sword.

I likes them.
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Sophistemon wrote:


Uberblah wrote:
Rebonack wrote:
The bow is a dark blue colored metal alloy and is inscribed with various electric blue runes. The runes look like utter gibberish. There actually isn't a string on it.


I think it should also be a little blunt, so as to be used to club someone if necessary. I don't know if that's good enough, but I'll leave you to your own devices for the rest of it.



As you can see, I went off and did something a little bit strange with this one. When you leave me to my own devises, well, odd things tend to happen. Okay, the obvious: it's a bow, made out of blue metal and adorned with electric blue runes, without a string. That's what you asked for. Now, here's where things go wonky: the bow splits in half at the center globe into two Amerindian war clubs for use in melee combat. I will allow this quote from the article wherein I learned about them educate you on the subject:

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No one knows when the ball headed war club first appeared. It was in common use in the early 16th century and was popular with the war-like tribes of the American eastern seaboard, eventually spreading to the Great Lakes region and northern Canada all the way to the Great Plains west of the Mississippi. In battle, a dedicated blow from the ball of the club could easily break a limb or crush a skull like a bat going through a watermelon. For added dynamism, and increased effectiveness, the ball was sometimes spiked with an antler, bone, knapped stone, or even iron.


A real nasty piece of work, if you ask me. I imagine that you would put your thumbs on the blue circles on the center ball, push down, and twist to take it apart. Then, bash away until the point where you need to put it back together so that you can start firing arrows again. I think it's nifty.


That is more than nifty. That's amazing. Thanks so much for making that! It looks incredible!
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 21, 2008 11:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Those are awesome! The spike on the bottom of the hammer looks a bit incomplete, and I've always pictured the saphire on the khopesh as rather a lot larger, but other than that they're spot on. Good job.
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Glad you like it, Uberblah!

The Bushranger wrote:
Sophistemon wrote:
Bushranger, once I get a description I'd be more than happy to draw that dagger for you.

Thanks!

I found the description, here it is:

Vael wrote:
Aesa grins at Shrike as she looks over the dagger. The dagger weighs nicely in her hand- balanced, light enough to be versatile and heavy enough to have impact. It's made out of adamantine, and has a small sigil on it that looks like a circle with a lightning bolt through it.
While holding it, Shrike can also feel that it serves as a sort of focus for her electrical skills- it doesn't enhance them, but could increase her control over them, allowing her greater accuracy and possibly range.



A hardwood handle with the grip wrapped in the skin of a manta ray, "katana-style" capped with a gold pommel and cross-guard and set with electric blue jewels. The blade is adamantine and similar to that of a very large hunting knife. It should be more than capable of cutting just about everything, and killing just about everything that it cuts.

Side note: I first approached this with the idea of making the blade shaped like a lightning bolt but, to be perfectly honest, not only did it look as though the darn thing would have been a highly ineffective weapon (something that I can't stand) but unbelievably ridiculous besides. So, this is what we ended up with, for the better.

Comments and critiques? Are there any changes that you would like for there to be made?
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 22, 2008 12:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

VERY cool! Very Happy

A hundred thousand thanks!
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nightwing wrote:
If its not to much trouble I would like a long sword. Not the kind that you see adventurers using that look like they are made from killing kobolds and. I want a sword that started out made by a black smith for a soldier. They kind of sword you can see being used to do the most damage when cutting some thing, and can cut through armor. And maybe some little trinkets like gems or good luck charms that this person had collected in their travel after the war. I should look beat up and well used but also well taken care off.


Okay, here we are. A sword that is as simple in its appearance as it is in its functionality. The sword gets heavier at the tip to increase its chopping power, and the tip itself is tapered enough for a very vicious thrust, though I would chop at armored opponents and stab at unarmored ones. (EDIT: Or, maybe I'm wrong and Ms. E is right. To be honest, I was guessing.) It's a very versatile weapon, I think, well-suited to the rigors of a prolonged campaign. The handle is bronze with a leather grip, and a small talisman dangles from it by a piece of string. The blade is sharp, but worn down by a thousand grindings. The weapon is showing its age, but it's no less efficient now than it was on the day of its forging.

There, I think that I'm all caught up. If I've missed anyone, please don't hesitate to bring your commissions to my attention. Also, I'm back open for business, so if anyone has a weapon that they want drawn, please don't hesitate to post it in this thread.

And, as always, comments and critiques?[/quote]


This is amaing! Thanks a bunch!
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Vael asked me to draw Wylder's glove, so I did:



The glove is made of red leather, medium-length, and fingerless. Harder patches of a deeper read leather are sewn onto the surface for decoration. The stone chained to the glove (we're looking at the palm-side, so the chain loops around the top of the hand and then circles the wrist) comes from the chaotic plane of Limbo, and is a Slaadi "spawning stone". From what Vael tells me, it's the stone that grants the glove the power to

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manipulate the makeup of a creature and create new lifeforms.

Pretty nasty stuff, if you ask me.

This is the first time that I've drawn an article of clothing, so I was worried that it might turn out "not so good", but I'm happy with it overall.

Comments and critiques?

Also, don't forget that I'm doing requests! If there's something you want drawn and you think that I'm capable of doing it, don't hesitate to leave a post! Thanks!
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Oooh, I think it looks very nice.

Just....something about the way you drew the finger slots makes this look like the top of the glove.

I was kind of surprised when you said this was the bottom. >.>

Very nice, otherwise.
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The line that looks like a seam that runs along the top of the picture from the wrist to the thumb adds to the impression that this is the top, or back of the hand, part of the glove not the bottom or palm of the hand.

It is a nice, nice glove. Well done. The stone is cool and the stitching is amazing.
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I'd have to agree with DeB and wingrae. It looks like the top/back of the hand.

Other than that, it's really, really good. Great job, Soph.
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DeBunny wrote:
top of the glove.

wingrae wrote:
the top, or back of the hand, part of the glove not the bottom or palm of the hand.

Uberblah wrote:
the top/back of the hand.

I know, I'm sorry. I couldn't find a glove in my house to base it on, so I used a reference photo that didn't come with a view of the palm. So I tried to wing it, but apparently didn't do that hot of a job. Let's just say that I messed up and, instead of trying to draw the underside of the glove, simply drew the top of it and put the stone in the wrong place. That's better for my ego, I think.

Thanks for the compliments, though. I appreciate them very much.

Anyone have a request? I've got an awful lot of free time on my hands, and I might as well spend it drawing something.
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Sophistemon wrote:
I couldn't find a glove in my house to base it on, so I used a reference photo that didn't come with a view of the palm.


In that case you drew it perfectly, and I mean it too. It is insanely hard to work without proper reference material.
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Ooh!!!! I has a glove idea that I'd love to see in art form. Another fingerless design too (as I love those the best ^-^).

Alright, let's see, you said you want details...

Alright, we've covered that it's a fingerless glove.
Leather I believe is the material of choice (unless you know of something better in mind, leather is what seems to work best in my mind).
As for length, it shouldn't end too far past the wrist. I see it to be something like this:

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Only, like I said, leather seems to be the material of choice when I think about it, and it's all in one piece, easy to pull on. Not like the picture where it's made of many different parts. (I hope that's clear?)

Color: Black. Except for on the back of the hand (yes, this is the top/back of the glove. ^-^) There's a tribal-ish fire design on the back of the hand. This is red/orange/yellow/however best you fit to make the fire. Red being worked in somehow.

Thanks much, and please let me know if I've made something unclear. My mind is rambling faster than my hands so I may have missed something.


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