|14 Apr 2003|| Trisha W. Farnan|
Wowee, this is beautiful too. Your new additions are very impressive (not that I have seen those that aren't new *g* Will do soon!). I think your use of colour is one of the strongest points in your works. Good job!
|14 Apr 2003|| Vanessa Riddle <helemork@|
|3 May 2003|| Gabriellie|
Awesom idea for a picture! She is beautiful as well as the swing. I suggest you keep on making this tubular art because it's very inspiring, and makes the mind wonder in different places (always a good thing)!
|29 May 2003|| Mr 5%|
Beautiful the sunshine in her hair. If she wants I can push her, but for that I want 6% ;-) lol
|2 Jun 2003|| Manuela B. Duczeminska|
Best ivy leaves I've ever seen!
|5 Oct 2004|| Joana Teresa P. C. Martinho|
Hey there =) This one is very nicely coloured. But I was wondering, isn't it *a lot* based on a picture called "Arwin" from the Elfwood artist Candy D. Palmer? Or is it the other way around? Livy Poison
replies: "thanks joana for giving me the name of candy. I once made a research on Alphonse Mucha with the google image search, and I found that nice picture of Candy. but unfortunately I print it when I was at school, and i didn't have Her name . I found the style so exquisite , that i wanted the same pose for my elf.I tried to work on the drappery...but it was quite difficult to reproduce, so i just worked on pose and colour. As far as I can remember , candy did a a wonderful job in reproducing art nouveau!!"
|3 Oct 2006|| Anne Wipf|
Lovely. Nice details and colours.
|15 May 2008|| Michael pixiepie john|
so very pretty and elegant
the elf girl and the swing and the setting
lovely colours too
|20 Oct 2008|| Kendra Tucker|
so enchanting! love the ambient light, giving a luminous feel.