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Exile (Part 2) by Danijel-Knez Exile (Part 2) by Danijel-Knez
A3 paper. Equipment used: 4H pencil ,Faber-Castell ink 0.1,0.3 and 0.5 mm. Time to complete : 26 hours.

An inverted version can be found here ---> danijel-knez.deviantart.com/ar…

The sequel to Exile that many of us have been waiting. This is a logo designed for the pervasive Larp game. 3 Symbols have been added and merged together. For the sake of the players that will see this i cannot exclude much information about this.

All i can say is..

A storm is coming.
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:iconpoplavskaya:
Maestro details!
=* =* =*
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:icondanijel-knez:
Danijel-Knez Sep 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You know me =*
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:iconpoplavskaya:
Do not quite understand the theme of characters
but you do it beautifully!
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Danijel-Knez Sep 14, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
There are no links to the characters and all that. But once it is done i shall be putting it here :)
And thank you once again dear Poplavskaya. =)
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morgan96k Sep 9, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Every single inch of this work has more spectacular detail than meets the eye at first glance :D Absolutely stunning use of contrast, and you included some interesting small animals that are fun to look for ;P Amazing work! :iconyeahplz:
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Danijel-Knez Sep 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Haha thank you Morgan! Yes, this was quite something. Despite the fact that i have not even planed this out in any way it was completely random and i did not take more then... 5 hours i think. The works i use less time and less detail on them with random patterns seem to work the best xD
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morgan96k Sep 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
well, in that case, you've certainly utilized your time well in this work :) Excruciating details are always beautiful as well, but simpler, quicker works are nice because they cause less stress or frustration in the artist ;)
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Danijel-Knez Sep 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
for me, frustration and stress come from minimalism and simplicity. I work on doodles daily and post them there on facebook just to see how it works. And to be honest it kills me not to detail some things. Even though one of my doodles have gone off the charts from detailing, its because i freak out when i cant detail it all. I am learning to simplify things and guide the hand in a more, simpler,slower, quicker way. Though it does not end well for my mind. As i often turn back to try to put more details and i slap my hand saying NO! Enough details !

I should put those doodles here, but nobody will see them because they would be in scraps. They are scraps in some form, since i use them to learn stuff and not really as artworks or anything, hence the name of the projects ''Doodle''.

I keep coming back to my work. Tranquil heart... The one with only 3 hours of work in it... I look at it and i see simplicity and no planing involved. I made hundreds and hundreds of hearts before, that is why it didn't need to be planned, i just went with the flow with that one and look. It has so much faves and so much views. While others that are more ''important'' for me end up with less then what i expected. Not that i expect praise on my works, i just like to see what people like in what i do and what i can/will do in the future.
So it is to say... Interesting. Here i ramble again...
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morgan96k Sep 11, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hehe no need to worry about rambling, it helps me see what you think of your own work. It seems that the works that take less time are fueled more by pure inspiration than planning. I've had a very similar experience with my dragon I drew, Hellfire. I started it as just a rough exercise to study a different kind of pose than I normally would draw, but something about it made me want to continue adding details, until it became an unexpectedly popular work; my most popular deviation I've submitted to date. I had no intention of drawing something in depth, I probably would have scrapped it had I not had this nagging feeling that I should add more to it.

I don't know if that sounds familiar to you, but your story behind your work certainly relates to how some of mine have come to be. :)
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Danijel-Knez Sep 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
So we seem to have the same ''issue'' hehe. I can see allot of of the same as i do it with my own drawings.
When we talk in the form of art it is hard not to understand each other :)
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