Chink in one's armour

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Chink in one’s armour
By Darren Bailey LRPS

The idiom “chink in one’s armour” refers to an area of vulnerability. It has traditionally been used to refer to a weak spot in a figurative suit of armour.

As our Knight turns in battle his opponent slips his sword neatly through the eye slits of the seemingly impenetrable helmet the sword finding the “Chink in the armour” pierces through the Knights eye and into his skull.

Piece created using a Nikon D90 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.4

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1 Sword
1 Knights Helmet
Fake Blood (Honest)
Imagination gone wild

Artwork Comments

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