|1 Aug 2009|| Elfwood user 1|
Dude, I always imagined a phoenix as a falcon-like bird, not a dodo-pea**** hybrid-like bird, never thought of it that way!
|2 Aug 2009|| Vicki "Kiddalee" Nemeth|
Wow. The work that went into that! I agree that a phoenix doesn’t need to be burning all the time. Isn’t the burning just supposed to be their death?
|2 Aug 2009|| Otto Christopher Bixler|
DANK! that pictures so awesome!
|2 Aug 2009|| Jessica Marie Garner|
wow, this is awesome, i like the way you have made it look like a normal exotic bird, instead of in flames, how long did this take you> its so detailed, well done for having the patience! i certainly couldnt do it! Rachel Alexandra Banks
replies: "I’m not really sure how long it took me... I did it in dribs and drabs over a period of several weeks. I could probably do it in a day or two - but doing something like this all in one go would just melt my brain! "
|2 Aug 2009|| Anne Wipf|
Beautiful and greatly detailed. Congrats on a well deserved MP
|6 Aug 2009|| Caroline J. Anderson|
Wow, amazing, I can’t do detail at all, lol. Beautifully done, looks as if it could have been stitched. Very neat. Rachel Alexandra Banks
replies: "Yes, I took something like this into art class once, and the teacher commented to one of the other students (who was good at embroidery) that she could make an embroidered version. As you can imagine, she just made a O_O face."
|12 Aug 2009|| Shelz Keast|
Actually Birds of Paradise are from Papua New Guinea, just across the other side of the Pacific. But it does look like it could have a bit of Hoatzin in it which does come form the Amazon region.
|9 Oct 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
Pretty, love the flames around the toes!!!!!!!!!!! Well done!!!!!!!
|3 Mar 2011|| Jirah Reckinger|
Oh my goodness gracious!!! It’s amazing!!