All i can suggest is to take look at it [link] I am tired to tell every that this movie is the worst product i have ever seen. just take look at it then you will find out why it is not just about technical problems..
I did that piece because the film had some fantastic anatomical reference and I wanted to draw half-naked men, not because I was condoning the film's horrendous portrayal of historical events. Nowhere on my deviation do I say otherwise.
You're clearly not tired of telling people this movie is the "worst product," as I'm pretty sure you just searched for 300 on DeviantArt and decided to leave trolling comments about historical accuracy without considering the context of the art or artist. Have you looked at the rest of my gallery? The fact that I have art based around inuit/mayan/Egyptian mythology? I am capable of enjoying a film and simultaneously critically acknowledging its shortcomings. These things aren't exclusive.
Think before you make overt generalizations about an artist's intent. -C
First of all I didn't judge your character or your art style or ... what I judged was what you had here, this individual art work. Second of all yes I am tired of saying that, I didn't search through deviant art for 300 to leave message! I was looking for a side view of a Greece soldier to help in sketching my soldier in my graphic project and I saw your art work and I left a message because technically your job was worth to it. If you know what I am talking about and you know Persian culture well so there is no point in arguing when we both agree on a same thing. Glad you know about Persian culture, thx for your time.
What? Since when does truthfulness = entertainment or vice versa? I didn't post this saying "cheers to Frank Miller and his historically accurate portrayal of the Spartans," I drew it because I enjoyed the film. I also like Lion King, and that's far from a scientifically accurate portrayal of lions.
OMG!Lion Kingggggg!!!!!!!! do you really compare lion king to 300 Spartans?! I am not talking about is it historically true or not. Look if you enjoy something even thought it has lots of problems [link] that is cool because it is how you think and it is cool with every one but about 300 Spartans it is not about technical problems it is about insulting to 9 thousands years history and millions of Iranian people who lost their life to save this land. have you ever look at it like that before? how can you enjoy insulting a country?? Persian kings maid a country base on justice, didn't they? Miler is Jewish, isn't he? Persian kingdom was the only time when Jewish people could live with out any problem. Cyrus the great let them live where ever they want, do what ever they want, and pray to who ever they want. he set them free and his name is in their holly book, now how can he image the kingdom like that? This insulting man and you are supporting it with your art work. I am not saying that Iranian people didn't lose that battle i am saying that insulting to a culture is wrong and you as a artist my friend should be one who say that, i am going to do pretty much same if some one insult Greece culture or Roman or Chinese etc
Dude, I boycotted the Price of Persia movie because it was a whitewashed cast that completely misrepresented Persian culture. I wrote a ten page visual analysis of the othering/dehumanization of eastern cultures in popular media.
You clearly don't know me very well if you're leaving angry comments on my art. -C
Freedom isn't free. You have to join a gym and pump iron first!
Oh, and then get all your hair removed except on your face, cuz hairy backs aren't cool on Spartans, even though with all that facial hair they probably were so hairy you couldn't tell they were really naked until you got up close, and while you're standing there trying to figure it out OOOPS here comes the 10 foot spear...
Anyway, nice piece.
I love this! I saw the movie when it came out a week ago and, as others have said, you've really managed to capture the spirit of the film/comic while still maintaining a distinct style.
The anatomy's just great... I remarked to my husband while watching the movie that the men in "300" reminded me of old-time movie stars like Charlton Heston in "The Ten Commandments": they were *thick* with muscle, really sturdy-looking. It was a refreshing change from the more slender-but-toned look of today (which I like, but it would've looked funny in "300"), and you've done a fantastic job of illustrating that here.