|14 Mar 2004|| Anonymous|
Im not really one to say considering i favor black and white pictures... but the colors might be a little much almost alice in wonderland much but great job otherwise. Jill aiwarnfae Britt
replies: "is this adam? or maybe not...umm I thought maybe cause u said what he said about it..wich could be coincidence..but..well anyways..thanks alot for the comment!"
|14 Mar 2004|| Norma Peters|
Oh, the colors! They're absolutely gorgeous! The whole picture has this lovely magical quality. Wonderfully creative and eye-catching! Jill aiwarnfae Britt
replies: "thanks! I am glad u approve! I am really proud of this pic! thanks agian for the compliment!!!"
|13 Apr 2004|| Michelle 'dragonmajik' Mayo|
Hehehe, spotted mushrooms... actually, it's really quite fitting with all of the other spotted things in the picture. Motif-like, even
I like all that detail that you put into the dragon's flesh and wings (glowing spots!). And flutterbyes... can't forget the flutterbyes.
hehe, and they're magical butterflies trailing a bit of magic, it seems. Hope that doesn't play with anyone's perceptions... I also like the earthy tones you used on the elf - the green, browns and flesh tones work well together
I know this is your first try with Photoshop here, but it's never too soon to use layers for separating different parts of the painting - even if it's just to separate the black outlines from the colored part, or something more complex involving many different layers. That way you can paint under the lines and you won't have any white spaces from trying to avoid smudging or coloring over your line work - like the little white spots in the elf's dress and in the big mushroom in front. Jill aiwarnfae Britt
replies: "hi hi!!! thank you so much for the advice..only thing is I canna figure out how to do the layers..any suggestions? "
|15 Oct 2004|| Adviceforyou2|
I think it looks a bit strange but, other then that I think it looks wonderful. My drawings however are pieces of junk so you did excellent.