L'enfant De La Prophetie, Aleksi Briclot (2D)

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  06 June 2005
Great detail work, but the background colours should be a bit darker to catch the mystery feeling.
The tool doesnt make a good artist. If you gave me Leonardos pencil, I still wouldnt be able to paint Mona Lisa.
  06 June 2005

Great color, and great atmosphere...

would've liked some cropped detail-pictures, though...
  06 June 2005
Thumbs up

absolutely incredible work! i would love to ask you how long you worked on it., bravo!
  06 June 2005
Very moody!

I love it!
  06 June 2005
Toujours aussi vivant, avec cette ambiance unique !

This is your greatest work Aleksi !
5 stars
  06 June 2005
Great work
The man on the foreground is just cool...
My Secret Agent: Secret Grandma
  06 June 2005
Smile Finally!

I'm glad to hear that JV Jones's books are finally translated into French, I really loved them. I'll be able to recommend them to my friends who don't read English now.
The more so, if the covers are as stunning as this!
Crooty :-)
  07 July 2005
Beautiful piece of work. Very well composed. The sky could have been darker though. keep up the good work!!!
  07 July 2005

Good job! I like it....
  07 July 2005
Cold moon, dark sky, bald trees, shadows, frightening flame, wizard in black, owl, black castle, handsome boy, and 'course, cute girl. What will think about the picture and the story. They must be very inviting. It made me assossiat with Diable or someting like that.

I'm sparing no efforts to persue your work and the industry.

  07 July 2005
nie title,nice job,great story,,,love the color palette....the mood..cheers
  07 July 2005
Originally Posted by Aleksi Briclot: A cover for the book "l'enfant de la Prophétie"...

WOW...you make me wanna read that book
  08 August 2005
great one.great mood and palette

  08 August 2005


I know you are a great master, at least for me ...
I see the overall lights are kind of uniform distributed, there is not a clear 'light spot', why you choose to make it this way?

Thank you, and once more CONGRATULATIONS, I loved this piece of artwork!
It reminds me traditional oil paintings, like I love to do.

Eduardo S. Janiszewski

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