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Oznerol
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I love to draw since I have memory... But, as I'm a historian on my own, I love to draw historical scenes and characters, trying to bring them to life. I use few digital programs as Corel, GIMP, and MyPaint for my artworks but I'm far more skilled drawing by hand, being the pencil my favoured tool. Maybe I don't choose trully popular, or known, themes for my artworks, but I don't really care. I hope everyone who visit this page will at least like some of my few "paintures".
Thanks for reading!

And leave comments! I'm also open to criticism.

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Otto I offers Liutgarde as a token of peace to Conrad the Red, duke of Lorraine
Liutgarde is offered as a token of peace to Conrad by Oznerol-1516
Otto I, german emperor, son of Henry the Fawler, true founder of Ottonids, had a glorious reign, unifying the country, defeating it's enemies, the magyars, extending his power onto Italy and being crowned Holy Roman Emperor in Rome by the Pope. One of the most defying nobles to his authority was Conrad, the Red, duke of Lorraine. After waging many skirmishes and conflicts both signed the peace, and such he was offered in 947 the emperor's daugther as bride. From their union would come the Salian dinasty, and such the Ottonid survived, by female inheritance. Their robes are done after ottonid miniatures, jewelry and art. The emperor's attire has a lot of carolingian elements, as he chosed to appear in "frankish" dress at his coronation. Liutgarde wears a typical womanly, but royal, dress, with her head covered, and crowned (not only ottonid, but anglo-saxon art proved to be useful here). The emperor's sword follows the surviving examples we have from that period.
Above Otto's heard is his monogram (OTTO), the two others have their name in somewhat ottonid calligraphic style, copied from a privilege issued by Otto.
Liutgarde is frigthful, for his marrigae to the fearsome and rebellious duke, and such I tried to depict her face! While Otto is not trully convinced by the alliance and Conrad is eager to take his bride's hand.

This was done as a comission (my first ever) for LordHadrian, a fellow deviantartist. Hope you all like it. 10 eu was paid, based the price being three characters (3 eu each), plus 1 for doing it.


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Frisbeegod Featured By Owner 3 days ago
THANKS for watching-!!!
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Libra1010 Featured By Owner 3 days ago
 THE WORLD OF ICE AND FIRE IS FINALLY COMING TO ME!:happybounce: 

 Please forgive me Master Oznerol for screaming at the top of your comments thread, but I'm just so happy to hear that (barring accident) the long awaited Precious - I mean Book, I do apologise it's just been such a long wait that I'm starting to look like Bilbo when he channels Gollum in THE FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING at the slightest mention of the PRECIOUS BOOK!:shakering: 

 Stay Well Master Oznerol and please be assured that I shall not so much as HINT at a Spoiler until you have declared yourself ready, willing and able to discuss our favourite bits.Nod 
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Oznerol-1516 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm going to purchase it tomorrow. I hope it will arrive sooner than later but I share your excitement! I'm equally anxious about that wondrous book.
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Libra1010 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
 Master Oznerol, I have it perched right next to me as I type this and after almost a year of waiting it DELIVERS!

 I shall write no more, for I hope that you will enjoy discovering all the fascinating tidbits of lore and fabulous characters for yourself (although I trust that I spoil nothing when I say that Daeron the Good remains my personal favourite of all the Targaryen Kings whom I have read about to date), except for this - read Aegon IIIs speech upon the dissolution of his regency council.

 Now imagine it being spoken by a humourless adolescent who can't be out of his teens, with an audience of ex-Regents clearly drawing their own conclusions concerning just which side of the coin came up when Aegon the Younger was born ...

 When you stop laughing, please by all means let me know when you're ready to start discussing the book!;) (Wink)  
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Oznerol-1516 Featured By Owner 13 hours ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
LOVELY!

I'm so anxious to read it. But tell me, Libra, what about the Lannisters' family tree? Something unexpected? And Targaryen's? We saw Stark's already.
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Libra1010 Featured By Owner 4 days ago
 Master Oznerol, as a Spaniard yourself I would appreciate a second opinion concerning a rather crackpot opinion of your own (and yours is an opinion I trust whether it be first, second or third);

 Is it just me or does his late Britannic Majesty Charles II ...

… actually bear a strong resemblance to his Majesty Don Felipe of Spain?

 (I may have shared this crackpot theory of mine with you before - I admit that I always enjoy spotting resemblances when looking through family photographs or other portraits and amusingly I'm almost certain I've spotted one between the present Prince of Wales and George III - so please forgive me if I have).
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Oznerol-1516 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hahahaha

They certainly look alike... But they don't have blood ties? Or they do? Stuarts died out and the only remnants were those that sprouted in the House of Welf, so-called of Hannover.
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Libra1010 Featured By Owner 2 days ago
 As I recall HM Charles II was born to Henrietta Marie of France, who was full sister to HM Louis XIII, who in the fullness of time begat HM Louis XIV who himself may be called the founding grandfather of the present Spanish Royal House (Borbon Y Borbon, if I remember correctly); that would make Don Felipe the heir of a second or third cousin to HM Charles II.

 So there is a blood tie, albeit a fantastically-distant one.
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BillyAustria Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Hey, thanks for the watch! :)
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Oznerol-1516 Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You have some lovely pieces in your gallery!
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