|3 Jan 2003|| WaitingForAnAccount|
*does the first comment dance* Yay! Anyway, really cool. It's quite amazing. After an hour on photoshop, I'm ready to faint. My fingers are brittle. You must have stamina, because that looks like it would take forever!
|7 Jan 2003|| Rachel C. Chapin|
Those runes are not Hellish at all. They are simply an invitation for tea... blood tea! Ah ha ha ha ha! (don't mind me I'm kinda tired right now)
|19 Jan 2003|| Jacob S Wendel|
The runes actually do look quite hellish, very sharp, rough and somehow... brutal. I think you should have put different writings on the different "signs" though.
For some reason I get the feeling that the runes were written with some strange ink, possibly distilled from blood. And that they didn't do it because the ink was any good, but simply because they liked the idea of using blood for writing. Uhm, well, something like that...
|1 Feb 2003|| Natalya 'Thanatos' Bree|
I love how mysterious, and hellish, for that matter the runes look. I agree with the above stated blood-writing, that was actually what I thought of when I first saw it. You have an amazing talent for photoshop! Aaron Weaver
replies: "Actually Photoshop was used just for the resizing and signature."
|10 Feb 2003|| Charles-Emmanuel Ouellette|
Real nice atmosphere in there. It’s really Dantesque, without falling into bad Kitscho Heavy Metal record cover type of work, which is real great. The color palette brings much presence and vitality to the illustration. Aaron Weaver
replies: "Have seen lots of that stuff in the airbrush magazines. Do want to try doing something like that in the future."
|27 Sep 2003|| Daniel M. Pulley|
Az ra zar Azmoramadak,heras, "Zer nabas zar morgasti! Rahgar namarag zar harrog!"
That is, "and from the demon throne, saying "I am the master! You are the slave!"
Great job, looks E-V-I-L..........Neah shid!