|29 Nov 2009|| Yoni Danziger|
I’ve really enjoyed visiting your gallery, you sure got some awesome artwork! Well done and keep it up John Charles Blackford
replies: "thanks man, I’m still trying to figure out if fantasy is the way i wanna go with my art?
|28 Dec 2009|| Cynthia Elizabeth Oakley|
Thank you John for stopping by, have a great hoilday season!
|4 Jan 2010|| Kristen Ninjakumo Hale|
Yo! How has it been, I sure miss you, hopefully I will be able to post some more art soon, but your gallery is as amazing as ever! *hug*
|24 Mar 2010|| James Bull|
You have some really great stuff...i like your characters, cant wait to see more.
|13 Nov 2010|| Mysty1|
John, thank you for the note. As for your questions, Van dykes Taxidermy is where I perchase the eyes for my dragons. You asked about clear, shark flints work great. If you are going to back light with L.E.D.s you can cut velum and put it behind the eye to defuse the light and to hide the light’s wires. 38 mm ought to be the correct size but I’ll check tomorrow and let you know. Just google Van dykes. You can shop on line or have them send you a catolog. If you want color with a back light you can use glass paint on the back side of the shark flint. Hope that helped!
Check out the mm size for the zebra in the catolog, that would be just about right for a horse size!
|13 Nov 2010|| Cynthia Oakley|
That’s me sorry I forget what I’ve signed in with when I haven’t visited in a while!
|30 May 2011|| Kiat rahmen|
perfekt job. schills untouched by humanity or God
|13 Sep 2012|| Faith Gerhardt|
Hello! Do you like dragons or werewolves? If you do and have time can you please look at my gallery!
|23 Sep 2012|| Anon.|
Your Fantasy work is very beautiful.
|23 Sep 2012|| John Charles Blackford|
thanks everyone for liking my work.... I like doing art in fantasy but I don’t know if thats what I want my art to be.