|10 Dec 2003|| 'Princess Jasmine' Washington|
Wonderful!!!! This reminds me of something you'd find in a calendar. One of those pictures that is so beautiful you think no one could have actually done it by themselves. Amazing!!! Yes, wonderful!
So I get the first comment. Do I get to dance now?
*Dances around the room as she slips picture under shirt. Heads for the door. XD Brad L. Greek
replies: "LOL 'Princess Jasmine' Thanx for coming by and for your enthusiasm of my work. I appriciate your comments and sense of humor LOL thanx!! ( putting on dance music) Looks like you got a partner LOL Brad"
|11 Dec 2003|| Joe Rice|
The trees remind me of old 'Yes' album covers (showing age here) and for the life of me I can not remember his name....off for a Google search after a dance with Princess Jasmine. Brad L. Greek
replies: "Thanx for your comments Joe, I know the band ..not sure of the album cover though LOL I put music on for you and Jasmine to dance by...some band called "YES" LOL Brad"
|21 Dec 2003|| Anneke Hut|
(Sigh) We will never get your level, Brad. But it's such a pleasure to look ar your wonderful art! The trees are magnificent and so is the beautiful shine on the water. Brad L. Greek
replies: "Thank you very much Anneke, That's a big compliment coming from you, I've seen your work and it's great!! Also I would like to thank you for adding me to the Garden, The Art Duel is the kewlest thing see ya in the duels Brad"
|24 Feb 2004|| Mandy Elliott|
Those tree's are stunning. I might have to see if i cannot turn up such magnificent peices myself somtime. You have a talen with acrylic that much is sure. Keep it up! Brad L. Greek
replies: "Thank you Mandy, Yes you should try your hand at these, I really found that I enjoy painting fantasy"
|9 May 2004|| Selena V. Burlakova|
Hm. Once I wrote a story about the warrior coming back home from a war. Of course now it seems to be a thick book, but I surely remember how I came to the idea.
I felt something like this. I felt like a man heading home knowing it's useless. Knowing he needs steel, blood, shieks, and so on. But I couldn't find right colours (exept black&red) to paint these feeling. And you could... Brad L. Greek
replies: "Thank you Selena for sharing your comments. If I could only write. I felt that the pink was more passive, depicting that the warrior is worn from battle and the journey home. And the homeland is peaceful. Brad"
|22 Dec 2007|| Stephanie S. K. Marbach|
I like the two trees on the side which make point out the warrior in the middle a bit more. The detail of the castle suits just perfectly... Great picture, great colours, really... Wow
|7 Jun 2008|| Sherri L. White|
Wow...love the colors and the scene...well done !!!