An icon for a free and awesome fantasy strategy game which I play from time to time :) I tried to make the materials very worn and fantasy-styled. Let me know what you think!
In the process of making my website, I've been going back and redoing a bunch of my older icons, so that their level of quality and detail matches my recent works. The original was made over a year ago :P
over 1 year ago
Oh man… this is sick!
Really really sweet textures and colors.
Love the yellow/gold
And everything looks awesome btw!
Your skills have grown a lot in a year! It looks much more realistic than the original one.
I really like the shine effect on the handles. Great man!
Have the power to！！！！
Looking great, maybe play with the shadows a bit? Seems like the light source it's on the top part of the shield but the shadows are the same as everywhere else. Love the textures.
Jesus. Only thing to improve are the swords' points. The hilt end is clearly metallic, but the other isn't.
I liked the original and this one is even better :3
Are you russian ?
sexy shield & sword.. i swear :)
@Dash Good point! Didn't notice that, will fix. And, glad you like it :)
@Wil Nichols Yeah I couldn't get them to look super-metallic so I ended up just scratching them up loads :P might revisit it for the final edit: like this? looks uuuggggly
@Mehdi Ibrahim Nope! Young american with lots of free time and an obsession with getting shading right ;)
@Ollin Better, but lighten the bottom edge and darken the top. Shouldn't you also see a reflection from the back of the shield on the swords?
I play this and love it. Best strategy game for the iPad imo! Good work on the icon :D
Nice work! Great icon for a great game. I remember playing Wesnoth long long time ago :)
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