|9 Aug 2000|| Mary Ames Murphy|
Well, I have to say that this one was definitely worth the time it took- the proportions are perfect, the shading realistic, and the clothing imaginative.
The fabric folds are very nicely done. About the only thing that I think could have been done better (and this is REALLY nitpicking) is that the hair seems to come up a bit too high. Long hair likes to go flat against the head with all of that weight on it... (Mine's waist-length and has an unfortunate tendency to play dead, no lift at ALL.) I like the way that the hair flows, though.
|13 Oct 2000|| Crissy Moss|
Gosh, dont want to piss her off... though she looks pissed already... nice shading btw
|12 Nov 2000|| Sharon|
Captured a wind here as well. Makes me think that she is standing on a hill, waiting for someone... You give your characters such amazing expressions. Love the details on the dress!
|13 May 2001|| Ulrike Kleinert|
I like her very much and the shading is great but her feet are a bit twisted it seems
|21 May 2001|| Damon 'Belgurdo' Lawrence<|
Wow...10 hours? I'd probably die trying to put that much detail in my stuff. Hmm...maybe I should try it (detailing that is...not...dying...)
|15 Jun 2002|| Elven Schizophreniac <skit|
WOW. This is awesome. The only thing, tho, is that it's particularly difficult to see her left eye. Right on the picture, but 2 b "technical" it's her left eye. AWESOME
|23 Dec 2002|| Kimmo Makinen|
Very nicely balanced work. You have obviously spent time thinking about (and perhaps making drafts) this work too. Many nice details and the slight breeze that moves her clothes and hair makes it look very much alive.
|9 Jun 2003|| Circe|
Dress! thats the only thing i can say about this piece...dress!
|12 Nov 2003|| Elena|
well, what can i say
i can't describe my sentiments with my poor dictionary
just PERFECT, UNIQUE
|27 Jan 2004|| Fabio|
This picture defies all description. It's so transcendental and sublime. It almost makes me feel like I'm not of this earth. I could be mistaken, but I think it's the greatest thing I've ever seen. Steve Anderwald
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