|29 Jan 2006|| Anna L. Cierocki|
Oh, he's so handsome and devilish! You've done an excellent job capturing that roguish expression on his face.
One thing about his sword belt, though. With the swords that far forward on his torso, he'd never be able to sit down or bend forward. If he wore them more toward his hip, he would have more freedom of movement. Christopher Lee Herdman
replies: "Yep. He would have a hard time sitting. But I imagine he would take his short swords out before sitting, or maybe his sheaths slide on his belt, more towards his hips like you said. Thanks for the comments."
|31 Jan 2006|| Rampaging Carrot|
Julian's expression is so great. D'you know what that eyebrow quirk does to us ladies? It reduces us to a little puddle of giggles. Or maybe that's just me... >.>' The detail is great, and for some reason I really love his nose. The only criticism I could come up with had to do with the swords' positioning, and ^ already covered that. All in all, absolutely great! ^-^ Christopher Lee Herdman
replies: "Thank you very much. I appreciate it."
|9 Feb 2006|| Vron Devonshire|
Oh look it's that F---ER we should have left for dead in the mausoleum. At least we got those fire opals back. Christopher Lee Herdman
replies: "He barely escaped with his life, and crawled back to the mausoleum, and you can't respect that? Geez."
|21 Feb 2006|| Jen|
We did not leave him for dead! I resent that....
I've always liked the close-up better than the figure sketch. I don't know why.... Expression, maybe? It just seems so quintessentially Julian. Yeah, he was my favorite NPC, too. Christopher Lee Herdman
replies: "I've always thought the Julian sketch looked a bit like that young actor in Six Feet Under, Claire's boyfriend with the gun... does anybody know what the 'F' im talking about?"