|21 Jul 2003|| Maria Pöpperl|
Did I mention I really like your armor dsigns? *g*
Also the pose and the hair are great and I don't think there's something wrong with her lips.
Well, if she's demonic.. just a suggestion: enlarge the shoulder parts of her armor, as well as the "gloves" (hope you get what I mean, my eglish vocabulary is terrible). I'd also make her a little darker and.. (what's the word) edgier? I mean, add some spikes-blades-stuff, so you think you could already get hurt by touching the armor. She still looks a little like a pladin. Btw, I wouldn't change the cloak, it looks great. Daniel Condaxis
replies: "Thanks to you and everyone else for the comments! I think you might be right about the armor parts, but the spikes don't appear on this version. They materialize when she transforms into full demon form. I'll have to put a picture of that form up soon."
|21 Jul 2003|| Lindzi Smith|
I think the lips are fine, sure theyre pretty small and i cant actually see them that well, but hey. i really like the armour
|21 Jul 2003|| Callie Richardson|
Daniel! I've told you like a thousand times: Make her lips......BETTER!! Sheesh bros never listen!
|22 Jul 2003|| Callie Richardson|
umm, I'd have to agree with Thea on this one about the lips, ...but she's pretty hot. I think you need to make her darker though
|23 Jul 2003|| Maria Pöpperl|
Hello, it's me again. *g*
Sure, she's not a demon now. But I think it would be a good idea to make her look a little more dangerous in her normal form, too. So anyone she meets can get a sense of "there's more to her than meets the eye".
|3 Sep 2003|| Isilme |
O, the best one i've seen in the whole day, and the outfit is great!
|6 Aug 2004|| Diana|
she kinda looks like she's standing on her toes, leaning towards something/ trying to keep her balance. Is this intentional?
Otherwise, good as usual.
|14 Nov 2008|| Eric Elkins|
DUDE i wouldn’y want to mess with her, just a Question, why do some of you drawing’s have unfinished feet, arms, and weapons, they do acaunsualy(it sometimes bothers me)? Daniel Condaxis
replies: "Thanks a lot for your comments. Regarding those unfinished parts, a number of my pictures here are essentially concept sketches, meant to give an idea of what a final design might look like. That, or in some of my older pictures, I probably just ran out of room. "