|9 Jul 2005|| Natasha S Saunders|
Really good detail in this. The perfect illustration of an action scene, it captures the movement, expression and fear perfectly in the stark black and white. John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Thank you. It does beat my standing around character drawings. I should do more like this."
|9 Jul 2005|| Robert Cook|
I love the detail, really good effects, well done on a mod's choice. John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Thanks, Robert. I appreciate it."
|9 Jul 2005|| K.'Kalamu' L. Aa|
Great illustration, like the old fashion way
I like how much emotion and motion u put in this, superb inking work as well! congrats!! John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Thank You! I actually sketched this out while waiting to pay a parking ticket at the Court House,Didn't have anything else to do."
|23 Jul 2005|| Elijah Marquez|
Unbelievable. Wish i could do that well. Thats all i can say. John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Elijah, work work work and practice is what it takes, You may be able to draw better than this one day, Don't wish, but Do."
|11 Aug 2005|| Kellia jamison|
love it's great , Its very detailed and has definition. You can see lots of things when u look at it!. ITs VERY realistic! Keep up the great work! John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Thank you, Kellia, I'll don't plan on stoppin. "
|17 Nov 2005|| Benjamin 'Dmier' Hampton|
O.o Is this in pen? This is great! John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Yes, it is done with Technical Pens for the line work and inked with a brush for the large areas of black, thanks for the appreciation as well."
|1 May 2006|| Horse luvr|
Wow great detail love it!! Ur awsome!! John Ryan Byrd
replies: "thank you, I just did a painting of a horse, sorta that will be posted soon, Glad you enjoyed "
|20 Jun 2006|| Patrik Tunefalk|
Hello i just wanna ask is it acid or lava or mabe slime the dragon tryes to kill the mage with? Hard to see without color and i dont think it looks like fire to dense John Ryan Byrd
replies: "'tis Acid "
|20 Jun 2006|| Nora|
I love this ink work. I use ink for a lot of things and when i attempt a piece this detailed, the textures end up blending into eachother, and things end up getting lost, which apparently isn't a problem for you! Great work! John Ryan Byrd
replies: "Its just a matter of looking at the peice from a contrast standpoint. You want some areas to have more lines and be darker and some to POP out from the rest of the picture by adding more lights."