I love your portrayal of Boromir, because even though I liked the film's interpretation, it wasn't much like the book-description, and it's always nice to see a different incarnation of a character. I think you've done an excellent job of capturing the pain and grief of the moment, while keeping it in that slightly stylised world where it looks dramatic and noble instead of just gory. Boromir's face really is good; noble but with that slight harshness. I really like the position of the Orcs too, just lurking off in the foreground so that they're there but not dominating and - holy blibble, that one's staring at me! Well, that's unsettling when you notice it. I'm not quite sure I believe the angle of Boromir's leg - it looks possible, but not comfortable. Then again, I suppose by this point he's not really up to arranging himself comfortably. Many thanks for this excellent work!
I find it interesting that you drew the characters based on what you thought they were rather than using already made designs. They look different than preconceived notions of what they look like in the Jackson, Bakshi, and Rankin Bass versions.
Wow! Though your picture is a great version of Boromir's death, it is not the scene itsself that I like most. It is your Aragorn that I find most intriguing! I so much love his sad/serious expression and his pronounced features. He is just wonderful - one of the greatest portraits of Aragorn I've ever seen!
CU & greetings Miou Q.
Ps.: Thanks a lot for the other wonderful pictures in your gallery. I also very much like your Witcher fanart!