The clouds covered the light of the moon; nothing was visible beyond ten feet in front of you. A mist had also set in, which melded with the smoke that rose from the hundreds of chimneys in the city. Favian walked through the city taking advantage of the darkness for a rare excursion through the city. He was allowed extra vision due to the fact he was an Eilvin, he peered down the street and saw a patrol walking away from the area. He followed the patrol for a time until they came to the wall. The wall was massive, although it looked dilapidated and worn, it was strong. It was built as a divider between a section of rich dwellers, comprised of Men, Elves, and some of the richest Eilvins, and the poor slums of the city, almost completely comprised of the Eilvins. He looked down from the wall and to the inhabitants at its base. The first he saw was a Knorff who had been dead for a few hours, his body most likely dumped here amongst the trash; he was probably killed by one of the gangs over the fact that he was a Knorff. The only other resident he saw was a young Eilvin who was shivering in the cold and whose arms and legs were horrendously thin; there was a bag of his belongings beside him. Favian walked over to him, the eilvin looked at him in fear, “Wh-who are you?” the Eilvin asked.
“My name is Favian, what are you doing here in the cold?”
“I-I, don’t have anywhere else to go, my mother was an elf, a rich one at that. She gave me up and I have had to live on this side of the wall ever since.”
“Come with me, I might be able to help.” It was time for Favian to step out of the dark and return to the world and to do something other than to hide.
This is in the same city as the last moc so i used the same technique but i tried to make it a little better then what i did before.
Yet again, well done Joel! Interesting technique that you used on the wall, it definitely looks weatherbeaten and not too flat. The subtle color splotches help there too. Might have been nice to extend the wall past the border rather than have the border wrap around. Just a perspective thing, but allowing some visibility of the end of the wall would lend aid in conveying its massiveness (in a way that a straight-on shot can't). Again, nice job with the stonework on the ground and the little bits of color that you added to prevent monotony. Keep it up, friend! God bless, ~Promar~