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A Knight's Life

Bryce Fantasy posted on Dec 01, 2007
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Did this fairly simple thing to compensate for a much larger and more complex picture that kept crashing, which also featured the Black Knight. I guess I should have given him a cloak or something to help fend off the cold and the wind. I suspect that most knights led lives that were often filled with a lot of boredom and physical misery as they went about doing whatever their duty compelled of them. I was definitely thinking of that period in history when the Western Roman Empire had fallen, and with it law and order, loss of infrastructure and much technical knowledge. The knights were likely originally Roman citizens or officers who remained behind, when the Imperial Banners retreated back to Rome. Men who tried to continue enforcing the old ways and laws, but lacked the disciplined imperial troops and engineers to keep things working properly. Although the Dark Ages descended fairly rapidly, there was still a long twilight of several hundred years before the darkness engulfed Europe. Thanks for looking! Jeremy CREDITS: Horse and Tack: "Charger" and "Charger Fantasy Tack" by DAZ 3d. Figure: Michael 3 (DAZ) with morphs and skin mat "M3 Cowboy" by Arduino (Renderosity). Clothing: "Black Knight of Kallmorsia" from PoserWorld. Ruin: Net freebie. Terrain texture: Megaionstorm's "Terrain Textures 1" (Renderotica).

Comments (12)


2:24PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Although simple as you say, it nevertheless speakes exactly those words of historical evaluation as you had written so beknown, as if to remebered your own experiences, really looks like he has no place to call home, here in Germany the Dark ages are imposed upon us quite radically this time of year (jeesch)


2:27PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

top work I love the detail with the cold breath,looking at it makes me feel rather cold lol



2:32PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Wonderful Image Jeremy. I really like their icy breath.. Makes me cold just looking at it.


2:32PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Beautiful ! Good day :)



3:30PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

The steam on breath is a bit overdone and the...i think you know lol



5:47PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Is a wonderfull image, an the Knight bares his hardship well. The cold is inhanced by the rising steam. And the pwetty horsie, bravely carrying it's master along through the snowy wasteland. Awesomes ^^



6:50PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Love their warm breath as it hits the icy air, the knight looks a bit stiff with the cold, poor chap, horse looks warmer though. I do think the knight's breath would be drifting upwards a bit, and not quite so... dense, yeah, a bit whispier.



7:21PM | Sat, 01 December 2007

Awesome work my friend!



7:55AM | Sun, 02 December 2007

Great narrative and fantastic scene, excellent lighting and detail, excellent work!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



4:24PM | Tue, 04 December 2007

You absolutely should give him a cloak or something like that to shield from the cold. It looks absolutely freezing! :) We share an interest in history, my friend. This is a cool scene. The sky really adds to the shivering feeling.



2:27PM | Thu, 06 December 2007

outstanding composition and I agree the added breath condensation adds realism to your render



4:37AM | Tue, 17 March 2009


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