|1 Sep 2004|| T. Tyndell|
There are all KINDS of little pictures within this picture. I think the concept is very neat. What actually caught my attention was your little exerpt stating you are an art teacher. That's what I'm going to college for right now (first year student)! Yay for art teachers! Deanna Davoli
replies: "Yeah first comment again!! The digital image on this really came out poor. I had a print of this done in red ink on ash colored paper, and it looked much better, but I cannot find it. oh well, Thanks again for commenting!"
|3 Sep 2004|| Carlton Wagner|
This one's my favorite so far. I love the detail of the skeliton and the chaos of the background. The entire effect is creepy. I love it. Etchings are also a great form of art. I've only tried it a couple times. It was difficult but very fun. You did a great job on this one. Deanna Davoli
replies: "Wow you are too kind. That is cool that you worked with the etching process as well. I know it is not a typical media, but if you can get your hands on it, you can really create some cool effects. I wish I was able to do more with it, but I only did 2 etchings in my life, this being the first. Thanks again."
|17 Nov 2004|| Chaute Paws|
this is fantastic. I love it! There are so many things to look at in it. I keep noticing new little things I'd skated over before. It's like one of those books that however many times you read it, you always take away something new fom it. Creepy and gorgeous. Deanna Davoli
replies: "WOW...what an awsome comment and great interpretation of this piece. The explanation/comparison of the book is great. Thank you so much for commenting."
|1 Dec 2006|| Laura Robjohns AKA Cheese cake|
a fantastic piece of artwork!(as usual) There is just so much to look at! Deanna Davoli
replies: "Thank you, I think a lot of people pass this picture up because they do not realize how much "hidden" objects there. People seem to like all of the answers in the first swoop, so thanks for taking the time to look and appreciate it."