because I'm more bonded to the younger version of Ezio. And I had to decide for one, so I chose the first version with its engravings and gloves - In my opinion it looks very unique - not saying the others don't, but it shows the Renaissance character of Ezio quite well.
Yes, I was very surprised when I studied the AC3 version - but its design really fascinates me and the length and small features were the reason I decided to go with this version and not an earlier one.
Thank you! The design of Altair's hidden blade was inspired by the earlier artworks (this one in particular www.assassins-creed.de/images/… ) I personally think this design is a bit more artistic and interesting than the final version, so I decided to go along with that one. So yes, you're right, his hidden blade is not exactly like the one in the game
I'm actually increibly impressed that you managed to get the Hidden blades on the right hands (A lot of people draw them on there right hands assuming that hidden blades go on there primary hand) The art work and shading & coloring is top notice as well
Thank you Yes, I noticed that, too. But well, at least at the beginning they even worn it on the hand that was not their primary hand. I guess to be able to use weapons without being handicaped by the hidden blade and it may slipping out without wanting to. But after they started to use two of them it didn't really matter anymore, who knows, just a theory of mine