|7 Dec 2007|| Jabez E. Malmude|
So much stippling! It’s beautiful!
|20 Jan 2008|| Jadon kearn flores|
wow.....that crazy detail.....teach me sensai....
|27 Mar 2008|| Anna|
This is utterly too gorgeous to not stop in my tracks, stare, and , after regaining my senses, pound out a comment sufficient enough to convey my rapt captivation of this blindingly beautiful bounty of riches! Yes, I laid it on a little thick, but this is indeed a stunning piece. Good luck and keep sharing your gift with us!
|1 May 2008|| Emelie From Sweden|
I kinda get the feeling of medivial drawing, or maybe that was meant to be.
Great job anyway
|19 May 2008|| Taisha|
Oh my goodness. This looks like one of those breathtaking paintings that you find in the museum of art. What type of pen did you use, and is that all you used? This is truly stunning.
|4 Dec 2008|| Kevin G Hansen|
Woh! This looks like a mosaic the way it is put together and everthing...could be hanging in a royal chamber some where....
|7 Dec 2008|| Charles Sims|
|21 Jul 2009|| Jeanette M Thomas|
It is a truely gorgeous masterpiece in itself. However, why set the legend of Gilgamesh in a medieval setting instead of a Sumerian one? His outfit looks Scottish and he is holding a thistle. I’d like to see him in his true mythological niche. ALEXANDRA DVINITNINOVA
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