|13 Aug 2009|| Anon.|
it’s my birthstone!
and it’s beautiful, i love the stance she’s in, she looks very thoughtful! it’s beautiful!
|14 Sep 2009|| Nicua Ryver Smit|
how do you get the skin and other colours so beautiful and real? amazing and beautiful. Do you do pictures on request for illustrations? Rachel Anderson
replies: "Thanks! It took a long time to get the hang of how colors work together for skin (and other parts of the painting too). It’s tricky. Best advice is if you are using a warm color for the highlights, then use a cool color for the shadows - like here I used a pale yellow for the highlights, and purple for the shadows.
As for commissions, unfortunately I don’t really have time to do take any these days - busy with business and being a full time mom "
|3 Jan 2010|| Lynetta|
I hope you make all these birthstones into a calendar on your website when your done because tha would be pretty ^.^ and our work is so lovely beyond words
|11 Feb 2010|| Snickerswithmorealmonds|
unfortunately this is my birthstone when there are so many better ones. But I have to say this pic really makes me LOVE it!!!!Brilliant!! the butterflies are amazing!
|25 Jun 2010|| Anna starlonia Young|
This is wonderful! I love everything about it but the part that really stands out is her hair. Now I’m not really familiar with computer painting or anything but how did you get the hair to be like that? Plus, how long does it take you to make something such as this?
|27 Feb 2011|| Katy brook stringer|
I think her hair staines out with her outfit. Her long dress is gouorges.And so are the butterflys there cina lightish purple.But a litle pit of a dairk purple...How do you paint this!!!
|15 Apr 2011|| Lori|
Beautiful work. Purple is one of my favorite colours. Good job.