|7 Sep 2004|| Dave Cripps|
You could have gone the whole hog and put little tears on her cheeks. Umm maybe not that would have been going too far. MUSHY! She looks like she is crying inside and strong on the outside. D. Chong
replies: " Woah, really? Looking sad in the inside and strong on the outside.?? hm.. now I sort of agree with you eventhough it was not intended, lol. That is what I was planning to put before (the tears) but yeah it would be over doing it and also since I'm a amateur I would work on the basics first before working in a more challenging piece."
|10 Sep 2004|| Sabine B. Fischer|
she's so pretty, there's really only good things to say about it
The colors just fit and her hair is really wonderful D. Chong
replies: "Hehe, I guess I've been using too much of blues. The picture is ok except for the folds, which I still need practice on. Thanks for the comment. =)"
|6 Nov 2004|| Anonymous|
It's good, but it looks like she has 2 eyebrows and stubs for legs because the part of the dress from her knees down look empty. D. Chong
replies: "2 eyebrows?! o_O Ok, i get about the leg bit but the "eyebrows"? Lol, anyways I know that her waist down looks empty because I actually found her sitting position quite tough, but I'm still practicing on that =)"
|3 Feb 2005|| Rian Sanderse|
Add a bit more emotion, I am not saying it doesn't have emotion, but for someone who just lost the love of her life it is a bit few.
Love Rian D. Chong
replies: "Yes, I guess. I drew this picture without having alot of thought into the expression to look 'sad' enough."
|5 Nov 2006|| George Copper's girl|
I like it, but her eyes could have more expression. D. Chong
replies: " lolz, that I would have to agree. I was actually aiming for sadness and more expression and all. But since this is one of my 'baby-step' drawing, I was really terrible of bringng out that emotion/expression >"