|3 Sep 2000|| H. T. Y. A'Deline|
hey this looks great!!! the colour scheme is very well-coordinated, and the overall effect is suffused with warmth and summer joy...She looks sensuous, beautiful...to think that you did this in coloured pencils!!! The colours are so solid and vibrant!!! BRAVO!!!
|31 Oct 2000|| April Dufresne-Brook|
I love the vibrant background which really gives a nice affect to this picture! good stuff
|1 Dec 2000|| Crissy Moss|
ahhh... i remember this. I love the fact you use green instead of black. Very nice affect.
|21 Feb 2001|| Sindy Ribalsky|
uhh.. she's pretty
i love the colors and the wings! great pic!
|18 Apr 2001|| MGmirkin|
Boris Vallejo nothing! Never much cared for his work, personally. But this! Wow!
I stand in Awe. *Bows in the presence of a master...*
I was taken aback at first by the lack of fleshtones, however, they more one looks at it, the more one likes the aesthetic. Keep up the good work!
P.S. This is my first comment on anything in Elfwood, even though I've been browsing for several day.
|18 May 2001|| Don Belgurdo Diablo|
I say you got pretty close.
|16 Jun 2001|| Kelly Kruse|
This is a type of picture Vallejo would do, and it reminds me of Vallejo. But the style of coloring is a bit different. I am quite impressed with it, though...I like the color that you used. It's otherworldly, perfect for this image. I also cannot believe that you did this with primacolors! Wow! The flower is very nice, besides the woman herself. Wonderful job!
|10 Sep 2002|| Tom Nemes <tomnemes@fan...com|
I was thinking the same thing as some others when I first saw this, Boris Vallejo! I agre ethe coloring method is quite different, but the style is reminiscent. Great work!
|11 Dec 2002|| Gal Angelo Disegni|
The Colouring is wonderful Adam.
The wings and her skin tone are very good.
Post more please..
The colours are simply Vibrant.