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Commission for :iconfoxtailedcritter: who BTW is NOT a Neo-nazihatemongerwhowhatstokillallthejews.  

So, if you don't like the contents of this image, please feel free to NOT look at it.

Also any negative and hateful comments will be removed and reported.

Have a nice day. 
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foxtailedcritter Featured By Owner Edited Sep 29, 2015  Student Photographer
Whoa yet again that's some Amazing attention to detail you've put in, with great knowledge too. Fantastic work~!
To others; I know this might be sensitive but don't shoot the artist for doing his job.

Yet again thanks for the extra. :)
TheDARKWOLF Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
Heh, ignore the first part of my note, lol.

Glad you like the pics!!
whitescar Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2015
A rather pertinent question to be raised here is that if someone very clearly does not wish to be labeled as someone who would do things (or support ideals) that the Nazis did, why would they go out of their way to be rendered as a Nazi? ^^"

Seems somewhat counter-intuitive to me and my grand-granddad fought WITH the Nazis... XD

Anyway, such philosophical queries notwithstanding, looks like a rather good uniform. Their ideals might have been quite troubling, but they sure did know who to hire to design their uniforms. Also making for a smashing sketch by Mitchel and Webb. ;)

Nice work, though I must ask if the details of the rank symbols and trinkets and all that were asked by the commissioner to be literally picture perfect or if that was an artistic choice?
TheDARKWOLF Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2015  Professional Traditional Artist
There is this thing called Uniform fetish, look it up. ;P

The collar rank is the one Ernst Rohm added, for himself, after the NSDAP came to power. The tie pin is the gold pin given to those who had joined the party from the earliest days. The pocket badge if I recall correctly a gold wound badge.
whitescar Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2015
Yes, they all look quite authentic, though begging your pardon are they not literal photos of the medals and awards places into the otherwise hand-drawn picture?

So I was asking if this was a stylistic choice or of the commissioner wanted it this way to maintain 100% authenticity on the emblems and such. :P
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