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Temple at Uppsala by faustissima Temple at Uppsala by faustissima
Entry for EOW at ConceptArt.
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:iconsilentartists:
May I use this in a noncommercial video? I will give credit
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:iconfaustissima:
Hm, what kind of video do you mean?
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:iconsilentartists:
I mean it a video I will not make to gain money and the video itself is a montage with first pictures of fimbulvetr and then ragnarok and finally the aftermath of the ragnarok. The aftermath will be represented by peaceful pictures that has to do with vikings in some way (this is where you picture comes in). This is a video just for entertainment nothing religious or racist or otherwise offensive
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:iconfaustissima:
I meant what the video is going to be about, not the strict definition of a word "noncommercial" :) As long as you give credit you are welcomed to use it.
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:iconsilentartists:
ah ok some people i have asked are unsure what noncommercial mean so i thought you meant that but as you can see i also gave you a description of the content. Well thanks I will give credit likw i said
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Belazikkal Jan 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Weren't aware there are such high mountains at Uppsala :lol: Just kidding! It's a wonderful little picture. It has a limited but still fairly warm palette, despite the green.
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:iconfaustissima:
Ha ha! Well, we were allowed to treat the topic loosely, so here it is :) I'm still not happy with composition and colouring.
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Belazikkal Jan 31, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Well, for composition I'd say move the temple more to the middle and have some more detailing on it, if possible.
Perhaps working in some red shading to bring more warmth to the grass, maybe?
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