|9 Apr 2004|| Sara L. Pettersen|
Woooot! I found your gallery!
P Why didn't you put up your first name? It's very confusing...love your work, and this page is awesome! I'm so glad you finnaly made it to elfwood! (c:
|16 Apr 2004|| Myranda Smet|
Nice work H. Cunningham
how long do you do this? H. R. D. Cunningham
replies: "Actually I've been seriously drawing since about fourth our fifth grade (as in saying I wanted to be an illustrator, actively trying to improve, ect), so that would be 4-3 years. Most pictures take me about thirty minutes to draw and about that long to color. Thanks for stopping by!"
|17 Apr 2004|| Stephanie Shimerdla|
Your gallery is coming along very nicely! Thank you so much for stopping by and giving all those wonderful, constructive comments in mine. They really help!
*hugs* H. R. D. Cunningham
replies: "Whee! A comment! Yay! (sorry, don't get out much ...) I was very glad to visit your lovely gallery, and I'm glad you visited mine! *hugs*"
|7 May 2004|| Alex Cox|
I like your gallery alot...,
Also your profile thing said you were a Gatsby fan! Not many are...Always so pleased to stumble across others =) H. R. D. Cunningham
replies: "Well thank you very much! ^.^ Heh, yes, I love Gatsby... read it several times from the library and got my own copy for christmas! Yay! Thank you for stopping by!"
|12 May 2004|| Michael James Liljenberg|
Thanks for dropping by my gallery. You look like you've got a pretty good start. Keep practicing at drawing anatomy. I would suggest the "Figure Drawing" tutorial by William Li on the FARP pages. There's also some good ones at www.polykarbon.com.
I like that, most of the time, that you work at drawing hands. When I was 14, I always went to great lengths to avoid drawing hands. Of course Fred Gallagher has a lot of trouble with hands too. H. R. D. Cunningham
replies: "Ah, yes, Polykarbon is generally your friend! Thank you for the constructive comments! ^>^ Being compared to Fred-rin always makes my day... I used to stick hands in every possible pocket or just put them behind backs, but these days I figure I ought to learn to do it, since I'm considering art as a career... ANYWAY, thank you for stopping by and commenting!"
|17 May 2004|| Jessica L. Stachyra|
Hey, thanks for stopping by my gallery. Great stuff here, keep up the great work!!
|9 Jun 2004|| Eric A. Hollister|
<eric> Hey awesome drawings. You could easily be a graphic designer. <<Acid>> You couldn't though could you? You're art sucks <eric> shut up My art isn't that bad! <<Acid>> Youre delusional. <eric> *cries* You suck. I'm not delusional only crazy so Nyah!
<<Acid>> hey cunningham check out his art and tell him it sucks. give him some advice. Lord knows he needs it. Great work btw *eric tackles Acid knocking him away*
|29 Jun 2004|| Iris Ayers|
^^ Such a cute gallery. Great job! I really like the splashes of color and your shading is very nice. Awesome gallery.
|30 Jun 2004|| Genevieve McDonald|
*dances* o/~ Paint's the way, uh huh uh huh, we like it, uh huh uh huh!
I completely agree about the whiny non Photoshop people! I mean most of them whine more *after* they get it because it's too complicated.. With enough time Paint files can be just as lovely!!
|15 Aug 2004|| Victor L. Castro|
Hey I haven't seen any new pictures uploaded on your gallery in awhile. I hope you're still working on your art. (?) H. R. D. Cunningham
replies: "Ah, yes, I've just been on a more realistic/mundane kick lately. But I'm honored that you asked! ^.^ There's a new ticket on it's way right now!"