|13 Apr 2003|| Lex Gurst|
It is one thing to tell someone that a piece is boring and then elaborate on that-- but to just say it is boring? Especially when it is not? How silly.
The colors drew me to this thumbnail-- I was curious to see what technique was used, especially on that background. You did a nice job on the transparency of the wings, and I also like the texture of the scales.
|5 Jul 2003|| Pegacorna|
I appreciate what you have done here. Not many people research the more obscure references. I wrote a poem a few years ago (12 pages and still not finished ack!) about Aganippe, a greek female pegasus-nightmare cross which is actually a form of Demeter (nature goddess) in her destroyer form. I featureed the pyrippus as part of the descent into Hell in the poem. It is hard researching a lot of these creatures! Makes me want to pull out my poem and start working on it again though! Thanks!
|13 Jul 2003|| Anonymous|
You have contributed to my understanding of the symbology of Pegasus. For the past few days I have been seeing Pegasus fly towards me with open wings when I am in a state of meditation. This happened a couple of years ago as well whilst embarking on a time of significant change within my life. Thank you for your contribution toward my deeper understanding.
|24 Aug 2003|| Bird of Prey|
Pyrippus???? The name means "fire horse", right????
|20 Feb 2006|| Anonymous|
That is freakin awsom!!! The detail is amazing!! 4000 thumbs up!
|21 Dec 2006|| Anonymous|
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