|19 Feb 2008|| John R Farley Jr|
Deceptively peaceful until you see her wind-blown clothes. Good job. Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thank you! This is one of my favourites actually."
|20 Feb 2008|| Désirée Dippenaar|
I LOVE the colours! So bright! And the grass looks nice too
My colour things are always better than my sketches. See, you should COLOUR stuff!!
Only problem is that the flowers are a bit unclear - though no one would recognise them anyway. I’ve already forgotten their names!
The symbolism, ah, the symbolism! So much from the writing is taken away in here! =.= I should continue writing that, but, ah well... *deep sigh* Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Get lost you bored person! Your next comments I’m deleting!!
But you’re right, this is one of my favs "
|18 Mar 2008|| Sarah-amy haley|
Hayhay, I like this, the colours really work, especially on the trees and her skirt (lovely skirt!) And pretty flowers, I like the ones on the grave best. The positioning of her arms and clothing are excellent - I can never get posture.
Cool picture - any chance of any more ’end of broken dreams’ I miss it!
:- ) Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thank you, I’m glad you like it!
I might make a try to write chapter 3 and 4 sometime; school has been getting in the way a lot, but now that I have two weeks of holidays maybe I’ll continue again at last "
|23 Mar 2008|| Dave Cripps|
LOL another strange person talking to themselves
It’s very wind swept. Good job it’s summer. Brrrrrr! Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Heh, sometimes I just love wasting my time by doing strange monologues It’s rather pointless, actually, though I love being extremely critical to myself ;P
I’m glad the windiness came across! I can’t remember how long ago I drew this... I still had the memory of holidays in the Swiss mountains though, and THERE it certainly was windy and cold last summer!"
|29 Mar 2008|| Saskia H. Suurling|
Nice landscape. I’m practising on mine, but that doesn’t work so well yet. Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thank you! Landscapes are one thing I like drawing or painting, though they never look all too detailed. There’s just less things to mess up with than when drawing faces "
|8 May 2008|| Ingrid Nedrehagen|
Hello, I like this drawing, Your use of coler is wonderful! I don´t use mutch coler(?) my self
, and thanks fore the coments u gave(?) me Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thanks, I’m glad you like this picture It’s one of my favourites actually. I don’t use colour often either because I make a mess too often, but for this one I decided it needed it!
Thanks for the comment! ^^"
|14 Jul 2008|| Nazifa Nawar|
I like the hills and the colors are dark and bright! Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thanks! ^^ The hills were a bit of a pain at some point, but I managed to save it and fix them to what they are now "
|3 Oct 2008|| Mira Rokala|
One of my personal favourites on your gallery. You are very good at coloring! Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thank you! I’ve been colouring for, what, 14 or 15 years already, so I’ve had loooooots of practise Glad you like this picture!"
|6 Dec 2008|| Silvia Meiliani|
Good wind effect^^ I love the background. I always can’t draw one Désirée R. 'Eo' Dippenaar
replies: "Thank you! I’m quite glad the wind effect turned out - I had only tried it once before. For me, drawing the background usually depends what the background is... I’m better with landscapes and hills and mountains than cities and buildings, for instance, maybe because I draw landscapes a lot just by themselves and get practise from it."