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We currently offer the snap & tough for the following styles:
Which iPhone have I succumbed to?
Which Samsung Galaxy have I succumbed to?
Which iPad have I succumbed to?
I updated this print to it’s newest carnation. I don’t often revamp pieces that are this young. Still same concept just more details and a slightly altered composition.
knight, forest, trees, wilderness, comic book, cartoon
Hi,My name is Nicolas Rix and I’m a freelance illustrator from Cape Town South Africa. My core inspiration and aspirations come from comic books, comic strips, 2D animation and game concept art.
Superb, brilliant work!
I love the composition of this and the way the colour is used.
Muchos Gracias Anne!
– Nicolas Rix
This is wonderful!
I like him! He’s rather large…. would be either a formidable foe, or just a pussy cat :) – Rosemary
Thank you. I picture him as a foe just walking through a forest. I admit, this image doesn’t have a very strong narrative. It was more of an exercise with lighting than story telling.
Thanks Christian :)
love it ! great work