|29 Feb 2004|| Rosanna E. Hans|
One word: wow.
Wish I could think of something more constructive to say...hmm...I like the grass and their cloaks...and what's it done in?You mean the medium? It's watercolour.
|1 Mar 2004|| Charlie K|
Yep, thats impressive!Thanks.
|3 Mar 2004|| Margaret|
Third comment dance! Third comment dance!
I've looked at your web page, and appreciate your work even more. Beautiful monochromatic work here.Thank you.
|10 Mar 2004|| Feanor|
Very well done. Its been a while since I have read Unfinished Tales...the man with the sword would be Turin? He looks like Turin should...good detail.Aye, it's Túrin.
|31 Jan 2005|| Zenna|
first, let me that i absolutely love all of your drawings. you have an incredible talent and a great perception of the characters in these books. (i envy you so). i have a question, merely out of curiosity and mostly out of awe: how do you get all of the fine details in? i personally prefer drawing in pencil, though i love admiring works in all mediums, and am unfamiliar in the delicate art of watercolor. how do keep fine details from smearing, or keep white from turning a different color? how long does it usually take to paint a picture like this? i'm so curious, and i apologize for it, but i am simply in awe of your amazing ability. you are truly inspiring. thankyou.
|8 Oct 2005|| Little adanel|
Aww. My very favourite scene from Tuor's story. And... it's... just... *has no words left* Ah well. I love your pics
|6 Jan 2006|| Mook|
The detail in the grass is impressive, it must've taken quite a while!