|11 Aug 1999|| Wilson T Saunders|
Looks very peaceful. With the background and border it looks very elegent.
|11 Aug 1999|| Donna McCoy|
I'm first, I'm first - Ahem... Pardon my childish glee, but I love getting the first comment in on a great piece. I'm working on a fanzine now, and I wish I could do this clear style of art that reproduces so well. Come to think of it, I wish I could manage knotwork too!
|12 Aug 1999|| Amy Rebecca Joy Hamilton|
He is so cute. Looks like a picture I wanted to draw about Crystal's (my character) dragon companion. I never got round to it. Maby I should.... *wanders off to think with her pad of paper*
|17 Sep 1999|| Jessica Ng|
Hi there neighbour! Simply Beautiful. T
oo bad I can't get _my_ dog to pose like
that. Keep up the good work and don't stop!
|20 Sep 1999|| Anon.|
Ure dragon dog is a lil bony, dont you feed it?
|28 Nov 1999|| Jenni Stenman|
Oh lala... fantastic! I always like it when somebody takes the time to add some kind of borders to their work. I would certainly love to have a dog like that...
|3 Jun 2001|| Helena Susann Lindvall|
DAMN ME! ...First the draconis was so cute to look at, then my idiotic mind told me it was sniffing its...
|21 Jul 2003|| Madeleine Rose 'Lucy' Ebacher|
Three things; 1) you should update more, because your art is superb! 2)I like this piece a lot, it's detailed and you did knotwork! (I'm a knotwork lover *weeps*) the dragondog's pose is well done, and you have a BACKGROUND! 3) oh PLEASE color this one day. It's got a lot of potential, but it seems a little washed out without shadow and color and all the good things that go with it, you know? I love your art, thanks for sharing it. ^^
|25 May 2004|| Elaine|
The "Dragon-dog" looks too skinny, maybe....