The scene carries with it the aesthetics and sense of the art found on Greek stelae and pottery-- the colours, the sense of a frozen moment in time before great events, usually tragic swept down and overturned all that came before. The ominousness of the shadows surrounding Nerevar is palpable. Beautiful work!
AAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!! You are THE BEST at capturing the right mood and feeling behind the image. You're a freaking screenwriter with your artwork! The frown and shadows on his face. The intricacy of the furniture along with its high levels of simplicity make the eye SEE the background while still FOCUSING on Nerevar. I love it!! <3~~~!!!!
How interesting! I've always wanted to see the tribunal before their apotheosis, even if it is just a shadowed silhouette in the background. To see Vivec as just a man (or mer, rather) instead of a god that was impossible for me to kill... (You know I had to try it! )