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Thread: Tyrannohotep's Art

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    Tyrannohotep's Art

    I'm an amateur artist who has been drawing ever since the tender age of five (I'm 24 now). My favorite subject matter include dinosaurs, historical and fantasy characters, and sexy ladies. I have a lot of drawings I could share, but I'll start this thread with a few historical peeps.

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    Hittite Soldier and King (the Hittite civilization dominated the Anatolian peninsula and fought the Egyptians during the later Bronze Age)

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    Cleopatra VII, the most famous of Egypt's Ptolemaic rulers (she is the Cleopatra that everyone's heard about)

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    A few drawings of Hatshepsut, the most famous of ancient Egypt's few female Pharaohs.

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    Leonidas of Sparta, leader of the 300 Spartans who fought at Thermopylae.

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    Felicitaciones por tus pinturas, y bienvenido al Foro.
    Tu trabajo refleja: dedicación, dominio del dibujo y del color.

    Congratulations for your paintings, and welcome to the Forum.
    Your work reflects: dedication, mastery of drawing and color.
    Regards from Chile
    "El arte no reproduce lo visible. Lo hace visible" Paul Klee

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    ^ Thank you!

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    Two arch-enemies from antiquity, an Egyptian queen and a Hittite warrior, have a hostile staring contest. Consider this a prelude to a battle scene between these two characters that I hope to draw soon.

    The Hittite dude is supposed to look Asian, but Asian features are actually pretty tough to portray accurately from a side profile view. They seem more distinctive when you're looking at them head-on.

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    I like your style. Very colourful paintings, Well done.

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    An Egyptian warrior queen fights one of her country's historical arch-nemeses, a Hittite warrior from ancient Anatolia. This is of course a fictitious scenario, as there's no record of any of the few female Egyptian Pharaohs coming into conflict with the Hittite Empire.

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    Welcome,
    I Like them all, think you've stirred a ancient history chord with me...
    I'll be watching the History channel this weekend.
    These images have a bit of 'Simpsons' art style with them, expecting
    them to start moving to the next cell frame...
    Very well done,
    Steve

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    These totally make me want to watch the mummy or something again. nice work

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    Nice drawings! Did you know that here in Turin we have one of the most beautiful Egyptian Museums? http://www.museoegizio.it/pages/hp_en.jsp

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    I do like your style. Welcome, and we hope to see many more.
    My real name is Neal Gilbertson, AKA Gilbert Neilson, AKA Jibes.
    I'm a musician too. Please come hear my music at:
    http://www.icompositions.com/artists/jibes


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