|2 Jan 2006|| Chelsea Stebar|
*first comment dance*
Yay! This is amazing. I love all the little details that make it look like there's really a lot of power coming from that staff, like the tilted candle flame and the rustling pages on the table. And that watch-dragon statue on the wall is just so cool. Looks like this poor guy's about to get in some serious trouble.
|3 Jan 2006|| Lynx|
Very nice colouring love the entrancced expression on his face.Too bad it won't last long.Have you down a picture of the little tyke grown up? Maybe covered in soot from other mishaps? That would be a neat idea! Hope you like it.
The Cat Lover, Lynx
|24 Feb 2006|| J. Post (Rosesred)|
Love the lighting and the details on the clothes.It looks like a scene from the story that was also illustrated in fantasia, about the apprentice who made the brooms get all the water!
He really looks on the verge of some painful discovery.
|22 Oct 2007|| David Michael|
Aww, haha I love this one. He looks like an older version of my 3 year-old nephew, just as curious and dangerously fearless. The details in this are great too, like the eyes on the gargoyle head. They seem to be saying "That kid better not..." Masterfully done, really. The boy's outfit is really cool too.
|3 Dec 2007|| Joelle Duran|
Fantastic work with the clothes and that is one neat looking antler-staff. Great job on the lighting in this, and I like how that dragon-head on the wall seems to be watching everything. Marvellous work!
|16 Jun 2008|| Sarah "RareOpalDragon" Draggoon|
Aww thats very cute not to mention your shading and details are amazing. Man that is inspiring i wish i could draw that good.
|21 Nov 2008|| Sherri L. White|
He’s adorable ! He reminds me soooo much of my grandson Matty ...whoa !!! Well done !!!
|14 Jan 2009|| Anon.|
I love the little boy’s face! SO CUTE! His hiar is cool, too. Nowaday boys in paintings have long hair. I LOVE THIS! EVERY DETAIL IS AWSOME!
|16 Jun 2009|| Mike The Barbarian Mak|
This is really good, I love the curious emotion, but by the dragon in the back I think the wizard will "somehow" know that he snuck into his workshop.