|8 Nov 2005|| The Nameless Namer|
One word to describe it: beautiful. You captured her beauty and mystique perfectly.
|21 Sep 2006|| Anonymous|
To some Commentors: The depictions of Nefratari in her tomb (one of the most elaborate and beautiful in Egypt) all have her as light-skinned and black hair, as was traditional for an Egyptian Woman, especially royalty, to be depicted. As for any possible red hair, her natural hair most likely would have been shaved off to prevent lice and as a relief from the Egyptian heat.
To the Artist: I love the picture. The movement of the woman is lovely. Kudos on adding the sistrum too.
|21 Oct 2006|| Kristin Lewis|
I agree. Lovely movement, and her full body is gorgeous.
|30 Oct 2006|| Erulastiel of the Elves|
OMG In all my life I have never seen something like this! It's indescribable!
|23 Feb 2007|| Egyptologist Passing Through...|
Love the sistrum!
|30 May 2008|| Ruby Marlin Ring|
People HER HAIR ISN’T RED!!!! thank you i love the pic
|20 Aug 2010|| Victor nicholas przybyszewski|
shes a good lookin queen.love it!its one of the best!keep doing myths and legends and maybe you could do cleopatra or isis etc.
|11 Apr 2013|| Nefertari|
It’s a beautiful picture BUT she has obvious EUROPEAN features and skin tone NOT AFRICAN...that’s where Egypt is. Carolina Arlekina Eade
In fact, Egypt is full of caucasian people too ^^
|29 May 2013|| Felipe|
Hi, I really loved so much this picture! I´m a brazilian meadmaker and i produce a melomel called Nefertari. Love to use your image to develop a new label. Please write me telling what I need to do to have your art in my label!