|24 Mar 2003|| Santiago Pinto|
This is a very atractive piece, the color makes it very appealing also.
|20 Aug 2003|| Fade|
Great work. Stunning portrait of what should be. I suggest you color her hair dark brown rather than purple, and her fin silver. Joe Bornhard
replies: "I will take your suggestion under consideration if you take mine. Go color, paint, create etc a mermaid with dark hair and a silver fin first!"
|17 Jul 2004|| Aubrey R. Houser|
Just...Wow. I've noticed that most artists who know what they're doing((I.E. NOT ME ^^
) use blue pencils. Is there a special reason for that, or just a partial liking to the color blue?
|5 Jan 2007|| Fizzypop|
some artists use blue pencil because some scanners cant see blue, when they go over the pic in ink they wont need to erase or worry about stray pencil lines. In this case i think it is just for a mood. -great anatonomy work Bornhard. i respect that you can draw a realstic female!
|6 Feb 2008|| Anonymous|
... Such as this one for example...
|6 Feb 2008|| MickeyMouse|
Wow she’s beautiful with the serene look and clean style.
Love the hair, chin and jewellery most of all.
Keep up the good work!!!!!!!