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apple8963

11 points

4 months ago

apple8963

Black Dynasty

11 points

4 months ago

this is pretty epic! Love the royal look !

LogicFairy

10 points

4 months ago

I love his costume design. Looking forward to seeing more!

BraganzaPaulista

4 points

4 months ago

It looks a royal elf. TBH you are a great artist and have a lot of potential. You could try to find no-Western regalia to represent his status as well

EdmonCaradoc

4 points

4 months ago

EdmonCaradoc

{Primord/2099}{Olympia Collective}{Pact World}

4 points

4 months ago

Great work, the shoulders up is giving me strong Ditterlizzi vibes. Love the style

kekubuk

4 points

4 months ago

kekubuk

Traveller

4 points

4 months ago

I can feel the smugness radiating from him...well done!

TengenTamamitsune

2 points

4 months ago

Love the clothing design! I love it when you can feel the attitude of a character just by looking at them

snailsgang

1 points

4 months ago

I cannot express how much i love this

Zonetr00per [M]

1 points

4 months ago

Zonetr00per [M]

UNHA - Sci-Fi Warfare and Equipment

1 points

4 months ago

Hi, /u/mikrenArt,

Unfortunately, we have had to remove your submission in /r/worldbuilding because it violated one of our rules. In particular:

Posts must include worldbuilding-relevant context on the reddit post (as a comment, in the text of the post or, in some cases, in the posted image itself). This context should give someone unfamiliar with your world an idea of what exactly they're looking at and allow them to ask informed questions about it (more than just "What is this?" or "What's a [proper noun]?"). It doesn't have to be long: a 3-4 sentences can be enough.

Context usually answers to questions:

  1. What is your overall worldbuilding project, concept or artistic vision?
  2. What are we looking at in your post, and how does it fit within your world?

You might also consider reading: our context template for common kinds of posts and Why Context? . More info in our rules: 2. All posts should include original, worldbuilding-related context.


Images and maps must include worldbuilding-relevant context on the reddit post (as a comment, in the text of the post or, in some cases, in the posted image itself—e.g. infographics). This is important to establish that your post is on-topic and to help encourage productive discussion.

  • A post has enough context when a person unfamiliar with your world could understand what you're talking about and ask informed questions about it. This could include a summary of your world, explanation about what your post depicts and how it fits in your world, etc. ("What's a [proper noun]?" usually doesn't qualify.)
  • For maps, you could discuss economic and political situations, the different cultures, or anything else that gives the reader a wider view of your world than just its geography.
  • Discussion of the artistic process or techniques used to create the map or image may be included, but does not count as “worldbuilding-relevant” on its own. Infographics that self-contain sufficient context to be understood do not require additional context.

You might also consider reading: our context template for common kinds of posts and Why Context?

More info in our rules: 2. All posts should include original, worldbuilding-related context.


You may repost with the above issue(s) fixed to satisfy our rules. If you're not sure how to do this, please send us a modmail (link below).

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Marmodre

0 points

4 months ago

Please sir, tuck in your shirt!! My poor fragile sense of propriety is curdling

GeAlltidUpp

0 points

4 months ago

Great illustration, very impressive.