|29 Jun 2002|| Ingrid Wolf|
Yay! A Harry Potter fan! Your art is really good...I especially like Sporty Cho! ^_~ Keep up the good work! Rachel 'Ginny Ha-ha' Delacroix
replies: "I know-- Harry Potter is cool, whatever people say! Thanks for the comment! *huggles*"
|5 Sep 2002|| d gerre|
Thanks for commenting on my site! You have great pictures here. I especially love your Tom Riddle, he looks just perfect. And Cho is also very pretty. (I´m updating at the moment by the way, in case you´re interested in seeing some more of my drawings, you´re very welcome to comment.) Rachel 'Ginny Ha-ha' Delacroix
replies: "I will have to go and check out your new art soon, then! Thanks for commenting! "
|6 Sep 2002|| Cynthia L. Snyder|
I think you've got a nice gallery here. I especially like your detailed works like Act Like The Innocent Flow'r and your Tom Riddle. With Frizzy Hair I like your cartoon style and the colors. You have a good eye for detail and I think you've got a great start in art and talent, just keep practicing (is all I can add). Thanks for the kind comment about my Dr. Who picture too : ) Rachel 'Ginny Ha-ha' Delacroix
replies: "No problem! Thanks for your lovely comment, too! "
|19 Oct 2002|| Nala|
These are really good! I especially liked Tom, "Young, yet Advanced in Years", and the "Little Quidditch Kiss"
~Nala Rachel 'Ginny Ha-ha' Delacroix
replies: "Thanks you! And thankyou for checking out my gallery... it's mucho appriciated! *Feels loffed* ... incidently, I think you tried to send me an Owl on FAP, but it wouldn't work, so if it's anything important, then you have to send it again or email me (now I've cleared my inbox). "
|1 Jan 2003|| Anonymous|
i can see you're going to be a better artist if you try hard enough. you're right when you said your shading's become better in the tom riddle pic. here's are some hints:
>> i dunno what kind of paper you're using, but make sure it's not too sleek (like printing or notebook paper) and not too gritty.
>> remember that pressing too hard smears the color AND the a paper and pressing too little wastes it.
>> for outlining cheekbones, imagine, or find, a pic with the curve you want, then try to memorize the light and shadow contoures of it. obviously, the darker coloures go where you see the shadows, but keep in mind that it's harder to erase than it is to start over (i know, bad quote ::and i make a confused face:
>> when it comes to noses, you've got an eye for making them straighter than they naturally are, so the facial expression changes. try a softer motion and use a softer pencil (2b or maybe a tad lower [charcoal is optional though that's what i'd reccommend]). to have more of a control, think about linear perspective and where the light is supposed to be coming from (the eyes of the artist can fool him into thinking his worst work is the most beautiful).
>> practice with basic shapes of apples and oranges and then move on to more advanced things like chairs, tables and fences. this'll give you more, again, control on your drawings.
|4 May 2003|| Beth Spindler|
I love your art, you can draw people's faces very well (I'm hopeless at it ^_^.) They're so realistic!!
By the way, do you have a fanfiction.net account? If you don't, I have you confused with someone else, but if you do... then, well, nothing really. I was just wondering.
|8 Aug 2004|| Charli the Jedi-elf|
Your art is brill! I like Sporty Cho! Keep up the good work! Maybe you should do some art from the Pure Dead series-yep, I'm a fan too! ^_^
You would be good at drawing Baci Stregia Borgia I reckon!
|27 Aug 2004|| Maisha 'Aloriel' Foster-O'Neal|
PURE DEAD MAGIC ROCKS!!! So does your art. Keep drawing, you're doing awesome so far, and keep working on darkening up your values! Harry Potter is forever cool.
|19 Jul 2006|| Aint yorkshire brill|
lol.... the most accurate description of this wonderful island yet, but hey...at least HP makes living hear better
Nice pictures their… don’t let the rain stop you making more*stands outside house and put hosepipe through window*