|14 Oct 2004|| Tari|
Wow...really great. But what the hell is the furry thing next to the horse?
|17 Dec 2004|| Megan ~wanna be artist~|
Okay, so first you did pen, not pencil, so you couldn't even erase! Then, it only took you THREE HOURS!!!! IT TAKES ME 3 OR MORE HOURS FOR ME TO DO A STINKIN FACE!! makin me jealous, you are. hmmph.
|26 Oct 2005|| Carina Behrens <tinkellbell@gma...com|
Wow, this is real good! i love it, and your work with shadows is great! Keep it up!
|12 Jan 2006|| Ramona C. Bogott|
I love the moon in the background! The detail work and shading on this piece is amazing. The only thing difficult to define is the canine in the foreground. Keep up the good work.
|24 Jan 2006|| Samantha E Fortie|
Its a really neat drawing. I really like it, it just seems to flow just right,
|8 Jul 2006|| Karaline Z. Everett|
I love it the shadow is very well done, but i was wondering why is this on a lord of the rings tour? is it Aragorn? because Aragorn was never around a unicorn
|14 Jul 2006|| Anonymous|
Lemme see here.... A unicorn, a creepy undead wolf-like thing, and what looks to be BANDAGES around the guy's eyes. Plus, there's these things above the picture called WORDS that happen to be the artist saying that he DOES NOT think of this as Aragorn. Hmm, gee, so nice to know that David's fellow Elfwooders can think like reasonable, mature people and not drooling LOTR anonymously commenting fangirls. NOT!
Anyway, back to the picture. It's a really nice picture. I especially like how you did the unicorn-battle worn, scarred, dirty, and an extra long, probably extra sharp horn. Definitely not the type to be pictured with pink bunnies and the like. I also really like the positioning of blind dude's arms-that really is just about how it should look when someone is trying to pull their arm into their sleeve in order to get at something underneath their cloak/coat/whatever
ne arm holding on to the sleeve, while the other arm's elbow is poking out at a slightly uncomfortable angle as the hand tries to get at, in this case, a sword.
|8 Jun 2007|| Sarah Michelle Hagen|
"Very good - just one thing - would his sword be hanging out like that?"
....He's really happy to see the furry creature, okay? Lay off!