|29 Aug 2004|| Corinne Lawliet|
um ... WOW?! wow does not do your art justice. When i originally saw this i thought it was done by an art major... and you are only 15? Crazy talent...you have got skillz! wow. I love your art and thanx for the tips, i will try the photo thinger, it sounds like a smart idea! Thanx again! did i mention wow?
Oh also before i forget... *second comment dance* (Starts twirling around and leaping wildly waving a purple and black flower in the air)hehehe... usually i dont do second comment dances... but this is too good not to celebrate! Hands the artist the flower and continues dancing... wow!
replies: "want me to really love you? get other people to come here and do what you just did, lol. thanks for lavishing me in compliments. oh and uh, thanks for the flower "
|29 Aug 2004|| Jessica Antico|
I love dryads, and have seen many many drawings of them, but this is among the best I've seen to really give her the qualities of the tree she is a part of
replies: "Finally!! somebody comments on this one! (it seems people are much more inclined towards her neighbor 'TV', though I much prefer this one) I appreciate the feedback, I was really trying to infuse the fact the she was the tree as well as part of it, so thank you...and thanks for all of your other wonderful comments"
|8 Oct 2004|| Erin ´EireWolf´ Metcalf|
That is so cool... The texture you achieved on the trunk is what I was striving for in part of my "Dryad" pic, but you did it so much better. I love how it's all twisted like a real tree, but you can still see the form of the woman within.
|6 May 2008|| Matthew|
wow wow wow wow beautiful art wow wow proset in malta