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Superb!  Great details, especially all the writing in the books.  I can read most of it, but would like you to share the rest, if you wouldn’t mind.  Your OSL is a very nice touch.  You should definitely find a contest to enter this in, if you hadn’t thought to.

 

I just noticed the goblin holding up the book!  That’s wild.

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Wonderfully done and Archimedes is especially nicely detailed.

 

Now might I recommend going and reading the original book? (The Once and Future King" by T.H. White.)

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2 hours ago, Darcstaar said:

Superb!  Great details, especially all the writing in the books.  I can read most of it, but would like you to share the rest, if you wouldn’t mind.  Your OSL is a very nice touch.  You should definitely find a contest to enter this in, if you hadn’t thought to.

 

I just noticed the goblin holding up the book!  That’s wild.

 

Thanks! I will try to add some more photos about the writing; but most of what's not already on the photos is just gibberish, either because It wasn't gonna be visible or bc... i Just didn't know what to write lol 

On the book leaning on archimedes, its the formula that Merlin uses on a very well known scene on the movie: "Higitus Figitus..." 

 

18 minutes ago, paintybeard said:

Wonderfully done and Archimedes is especially nicely detailed.

 

Now might I recommend going and reading the original book? (The Once and Future King" by T.H. White.)

 

Thanks! 

I know it, read it, the full series; always felt robbed by that later revision by White that left out Mdme Mim, to be replaced by a new scene with Morgana. It made no sense :(

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This is splendid - both the fell and composition with all the details and the execution! It really conveys the way the room looks. Wonderful writing in the books!

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I agree with the others: Great scene arrangement, awesome detail s, great contrast and muted colours. You can really focus on the different set pieces without it getting "muddy".

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