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Ship's Wheel

Ship's Wheel

Ship's Wheel by Firiel
Ship's Wheel by Firiel


I saw the elaborate lion-faced steering wheel in the movie version of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and had to give it a try. :)

OK, the Wardrobe movie isn't quite the right file for this, but it appears to be the only movieverse Narnia file available. <.<

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Category Movies » Chronicles of Narnia (Lion, Witch, Wardrobe) Media Ink or markers
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luckylace222 on April 13, 2012, 12:40:33 PM

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luckylace222*squints* Wait, is this pen too? The graying reminds me of graphite. If it is pen, you either resized it a lot of it was gray pen? The lion face and circle around it seems a little scrunched with the surroundings, but the lighting and sea/ripple detail in the back is fabulous! The white seems a little strong for lighting on the bottom of the picture (big blotch of white in the lower-middle of the picture). Overall, great penman/pencilship!

Firiel on April 14, 2012, 11:43:51 AM

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FirielYes, it was pen. I think the scanner settings may have been off. >.< And the white bits were because I poorly outlined the area in which I intended to draw it. But over all, I am still pretty happy. :)

Thanks for commenting! :)

gamefox120 on February 16, 2012, 1:33:11 PM

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gamefox120Yeah, Kinda lame they dont expand the catagories more but never the less, this is so cool!
looks like it would make a great illustration for the book

Firiel on February 17, 2012, 3:28:26 AM

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Firiel^_^ Thanks. :)
...Illustration for the book? 0.0
Um, maybe not so much. Pauline Baynes had Lewis to look at her stuff, that's something I definitely don't have. Besides that I always feel a little awkward when somebody reverse-engineers books' trappings to look like the vision of one film team. But I am quite complimented that you'd think so.