Catherine Fitzsimmons

Reflections at the End of the World
Reflections at the End of the World by Catherine Fitzsimmons (@Jinx)

Originally sketched early summer 2002, I believe. I don't have the sketchbook it's in with me, so I can't be certain.

Fan Art - Game
Finished Work
17 years and 55 days ago
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Comments & Critiques (4)

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Posted: Wednesday, 12 October, 2005 @ 10:48 PM

Yay for more Seiken 3 fanart! ^-^ I'm glad to know someone else here is a big fan of the game...

I LOVE the lighting on this piece, how everything is highlighted with the highlights of sunset, and the subtle lens flares on Hawkeye's dagger... Gorgeous stuff. The background's wonderful, too--the soft clouds, the glowing sun, and the awesome lighting on the water's surface... And of course, Hawkeye himself look great as well, though I'm not quite sure where he's sitting in those rocks...

Fabulous piece of art! ~thumbs up~

Posted: Thursday, 13 October, 2005 @ 12:56 PM

I'm just glad someone noticed this picture! Thanks for your comments, I'm happy you liked this one. I did rather like how the lighting came out.

Posted: Wednesday, 19 October, 2005 @ 11:48 AM

Thank you so much! I'm so glad you enjoyed this one. I did really like how the lighting came out. It actually made an old, relatively sub-par picture look great! Thanks for such a nice comment.

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