|27 Nov 2007|| Anne Wipf|
Thank you for sharing your wonderful artwork.
|26 Dec 2007|| Emese Fisi Szigetvári|
Thank you so much for the nice comments! I like your art too.
|6 Jun 2008|| John|
|21 Dec 2008|| Chelsea L Pennelly|
great artwork. Great gallery
|22 Oct 2009|| Mark Boston|
Stupendousness if I ever saw it! Some great action scenes.
|11 Apr 2012|| Frida Mĺnsson Bergholtz|
I had a great time looking trhough your gallery. The pictures are all dymanic and has a lot of character.
|5 Sep 2012|| Faith Gerhardt|
Hello! Do you like dragons or werewolves? If you do and have time can you please look at my gallery!
|29 Jun 2013|| Renatei|
You must be a successful illustrator! Your work is vibrant and colorful. I would love to see even more action stuff and less "posing". I’m not saying it to be negative, you see. I’m challenging you to have more interaction, touching- feel, smell, dirt and grime. less sole hero posing. It was fall of the hearthlands that pulled me into your gallery, and while it is stunning- it’s still a dragon posing in the sky, and a hero posing with the bow. Truly skillfully made, but you can go beyond classic fantasy poster stuff. Simply because you are so talented- you could do it! Example: The mammoth and rider high in the mountain could be traversing deep snow, and he could be stopping to care for the animal in some way- taking snow off the fur, or he could be getting back on the animal, having trained it to help with its trunk or... perhaps they search for some foodstuff under the snow. Daily problemsolving- not only "how to kill" and "oops, there’s something in my way"- that’s gaming problems.
As I said- my intension is to give you feedback to grow- not only awe at your work. It is of course hugely talented! Chris D Kuhlmann
replies: "Thanks! That’s good feed back, the reason a lot of it is gaming problems is because that’s what a lot of these are for, but you’re right I should strive to make them feel more ’real’. I think about you said as i paint and look for opportunities to push it to the next level."