Oil on panel/digital. I worked on this at the Illustration Master Class 2010. The assignment I choose to work on was to create a painting in the style fitting of Magic the Gathering. This would be a "white" card.
It did pass. I highly recommend the class but if you're new to the art field it would be best to get some instruction before going since it not instructed in the manner one new to art might be looking for. most of the student have been working at it for years. that isn't to say you wouldn't learn anything. in fact you would be overwhelmed. and that's where it might help to have some skills under your belt.
I particularly like the Mace/Essence Burner, it's a lovely touch! Plus all the spear designs. I'd maybe add a hint of pale dust and dirt particles around the bottom, just to add to the sense of movement and grittiness.
both. since it's painted i'm not too interested in any major changes that would end up needed a repainting and a digital version that so far differs from the original that i can't show the original. i do realize that's the danger of putting actual paint to canvas that a lot of the new digital breed don't have to work with.
so, what'da got for me. you're welcome to just email me as well.
The orange on the cloth in the wind on the right aligns with the angle of the arm that's also orange. Makes that arm feel off. Also, the forearm on the right seems super long especially compared to the upper arm. I'm betting you used reference so maybe it's just that the angle of the hand and finger should be thrown off that line a little.