ah, this is great; such menace. Although I have to say I instantly thought it was Maedhros before reading the descrption, not sure why. Think it's fabulous though
I really like the angel of this one, the way we're looking at Celegorm down the length of his blade. Also, the way his face is half covered gives him a very dangerous edge that conveys the feel I think you're going for nicely. I agree with you that Feanorion forging would be superior to any other Elf's (expecting Eol's sword forging), and you point about these more advanced weapons in the hands of the Fenaorions' superior swordsmanship hands is a good one that would indeed be terrifying (and leaves me wondering, yet again, what the hell Dior was thinking lol!)
Author's Response: I have honestly no idea what Dior was thinking. I put it down to the remaining Lords of Doriath, who rule the Kingdom now Thingol and Melian are gone. Celegorm is such an interesting figure, he lost many of his people, when Doriath refused to help, he had a run in with Luthien and leads a lifestyle that fits the Nandor the most. Enough reasons to stir up an attack and he lived in that part long enough to get pleasure of 'finally' setting a foot over the accursed treshold. Thanks for your review.
This is awesome. It's hard to get the details correct in perspective drawings, especially one at such a steep angle, but you did a great job.
Author's Response: Thank you so much. I admit that I have no idea of the proportions are right, since the angle makes it hard to guess. But as soon as I saw the reference picture, I knew I wanted to draw a Feanorian with this motive.
This is really fabulous, mangacrack! The texture is velvety but oh, the fear, the intensity of his look and no mistaking the intention.
Author's Response: I agree the fabric of his clothes is a bit soft for a warrior, but Celegorm is a hunter as well. Everything he wears, he has killed himself. Thanks fpr the review.