|6 Jul 1999|| Markham|
The skull! I can imagine the entire thing: a couple of people in a big museum, staring up at a full skeleton of one of your dragons. I'd love to see it. It's always interesting to see something, like a museum, usually thought of in relation to science, in a fantasy setting.
|1 Aug 1999|| Priscilla H. Kim|
I say develop the top middle...^_^ I can just see hir, mantling over hir just-brought-down prey.
|23 Nov 2000|| Dawna L Burke |
The top right corner attracts my attention the most... is that a dragon featus? If so Id love to see it develope over several drawings til its born. Just a thought.
|22 Jan 2001|| Lizzy|
I have to say, that's one of the best dragon hatchlings I've seen. The sticky fluid clinging to him as he leaves his shell--and the stubbly little wings--wonderfully done.
But what I'd really like to see more of is that embryo.. I've never seen that sort of thing done before. Interesting concept...
|4 Oct 2001|| Amanda|
I think the angel is gorgeous, its just the type of picture I'd love to have hanging on a wall in my room!
|12 Mar 2002|| Karen Ósk Pétursdóttir|
I think they all do! Weee I love them all!!
|9 Aug 2004|| Lireath|
OMG they r ure doodles i cant even draw that gd (not 4 want of tryin) well dun i really like ure art keep it up!
|12 Aug 2004|| Sylvia-lynn|
Holy cow! I Love your drawings there the coolest ever
I'm teaching myself how to draw. Any tips?
|23 Nov 2007|| Glenda Tigerglen Clarke|
I like, Karen, think they all deserve to be done as separate pictures.
|12 May 2010|| LAURA:D|
I think that the baby dragon hatching out of its egg deserves to be done as a seperate picture. It really caught my eye, and to be honest, i think its really cute!
I also love the angel one, and the way how the angel looks so sad, because angels aren’t meant to be sad!