|7 Jun 2003|| Jennifer (*Jenni*) Marie Bryan|
The dress is brilliant! It's almost like folded paper! ^^ Great job!
|7 Jun 2003|| Laitane|
i like this pic, especially the folds on teh bottome of the kimono, very nice. however her right arm (well, on the viewer's left) looks a little short; i think you might be trying to make it slant toward the viewer a bit, but then the palm should face more forward. also consider adding a litle bit of a sharper cheekbone/curve to the right side of her face (again, your left.)
|7 Jun 2003|| Rachel E. Johnstone|
The kimono is beautiful. I like the colour, the pattern and the many layers. Her face looks a bit plain (I think somebody just said that). More work on the face or some colour in the background might bring it out a bit.
|7 Jun 2003|| Ashley Weber|
This is a very nice piece, I love the colors and hte outfit. The only constructive critisism I have to make is that the arms are a bit short, maybe they could be a bit longer. Other than that, great job!
|7 Jun 2003|| Ayo Alston-Moore|
she looks so happy. I love the design, I love the kimono...it's a kimono and a dress *giggles* it's so cute...Once I know how to make clothes, I'll try to do something like that, but it will end up in a mess, so forget that. I love this picture. She looks so happy....dunno what else to say but congrats
|7 Jun 2003|| Tough_Critic|
The anatomy is nice, and the kimono quite exquisite. But her face, in contrast with her richly detailed clothing, looks very plain. I expect it would be interesting to see some more detail there. Also, the hair wouldn't behave like that, with one triangular patch sticking out from the rest. But, other than that, good job.
|7 Jun 2003|| Pam ~Hakumei~ Derck|
I want that kimono too. *hisses and steals it then runs off to hide it in her secret treasure grove of other things she stole from other people ^.^* You did a good job with the colors and stuff, and the pose is good.
|18 Apr 2005|| Mihka|
Actually,I think her skin would look even <B>paler</B> if there were some red on her cheeks...that would be the contrast working, you see
Nice pic, and kudos for inventing a kimono-dress