|17 Jan 2005|| Ariella M. Phillips|
I love that background! I have done like, zip on watercolors, this is great. How did you get that effect? Erica Vermette
replies: "I used tube watercolors and applied the paint directly to the paper. Then I swirled them all with a large brush, using lots of water. When it was just barely starting to dry I sprinkled a good amount of salt on it. Then I dried the whole thing thoroughly with a hairdryer, and brushed off the salt. Voila! It's a messy process though, and seems to attract lots of ants...Thanks for stopping by! "
|17 Jan 2005|| Paclo|
*eyes wide* wow only 14! This is very impressive.....actually it's amaizing. arg an you can actually do choth folds..anywayz *does firt comment jig*........Keep it up Erica Vermette
replies: "Thank you!"
|20 Jan 2005|| El Food|
WOOOOOoooooooWW!!!!! This is a great pic! It reminds me of me.....cept....i'm not a girl....i think i am going to leave NOW!!!! (awesome pic, i like it heaps!!!)....i actually made a polymer clay model of a girl that looks alot like this about a week ago....weeeiiirrd! oh well, i really like the blackiness of the clothes. (just like meeee!) Erica Vermette
replies: "*Moves the sack of sugar away* No more for you! lol jk...Thanks for commenting! "
|11 Jun 2005|| Chessie Alberti|
BEAUTIFUL!! The background is *gorgeous*, and that girl is so haunting.. I like her position very much, and her expression, too. All the elements in this picture just fit together and work perfectly. Erica Vermette
replies: "You don't know how delighted I am at your comment! "Haunting" is exactly the quality I want to portray in her character. Thank you so much, Chessie! May the muses be with you!"
|6 Jul 2005|| Tiffany Munro|
Oh, the background is so sw33t... just one of those completely abstract-types that actually turned out. Generally I like detail (though I don't draw it much myself) but the way you managed this was very cool. Watercolor has to be my favorite medium...
Her expression is... intense, in a manner. She's lost something, someone... and knows looking back won't help...
Ah, the plot bunnies. I love her expression... Erica Vermette
replies: "Wow...Your assesment is very close to her actual storyline, I'm so glad that something of her history came through in her portrait! Thank you so much for your lovely comments."
|15 Jul 2005|| A fine southern girl who misses thee tres much|
There is a bear on TV!
I always liked this picture, I'm glad it's not just hanging on your wall anymore
*realizes what a stalker I sound like*
I HOPE you know who I am....
*strokes Kurama doll that barely survived the move*
Moving right along then!