AWESOME! You did a very good at making him look gaunt, and yet he still retains some of his good looks. You did an excellent job with the bricks - all the insanity it put you through certainly paid off.
Its very cool and at the same time kinda sad, the way how the darkness and the damp walls just loom over him; and the scars across his shirt, was that from Tsarmina?
Poor Gingy (hey, that's just like Gingy from "Shrek"!), I'm so glad he ended up with a happy ending (and with a hot wife too! ).
Thank you! Well then I'm glad it came out right enough. And the bricks too.
The scratches? I don't know. The soldiers didn't treat him too kindly when hauling him there. Poor guy, but yeah, it's great how his ending turned out with Sandingomm, especially after what he went through.
Have you done any sketches of Sandingomm? How do you think you'll design her? Heh, for some reason, when I tried to design her, she came out with a flower behind her ear... I don't picture her like that in the book, but, meh, I suppose it would sort've reflect her differences from her sister-in-law.
Hm, let's see.... well, I think you should make her beautiful (though I'm sure you already thought of *that* ), but make her beautifulin a soft, tender sort of way. Also remember that she's described as "red".
Hm, I would also suggest you consider that she's a farmer's wife, so I'd say give her clothing colors like green and brown, y'know, simple, earthy colors. But I'm not too sure if she should have a long skirt or not; usually I just imagine her in a simple tunic with no sleeves.
Haha, I just imagined a pic of her wrapping her arms around Gingivere's neck.