|17 Feb 2000|| Emiel van der Pol|
I'm honored to put the first comment on this great picture! I don't think the knots is that bad.
|10 Apr 2000|| Emiel van der Pol|
the wizarrd and the dragon are great but perhaps you could make the staff a bit longer and the knott bigger? it would be more imprssive that way. Also the dragon is a little bit less detailed than the wizard. great peace of work anywaySorry, once I'm done the picture (meaning once my signature is on it) I don't fix it up. There's too big a chance that I'll make it worse. Besides, I already gave it to my friend.
|30 Sep 2000|| Valkyrie|
I love the picture. But have a tip on the knot work. Go to your local bookstore and ask for a book on drawing celtic knots. There are various different books of whice I can't recall the titles. But they show you how and it's very very easy once you understand the concept. And since I can't draw I won't attempt to explain it lol. Lets just say it's explained so well even I can do it and I'm at stick people still.
|16 Nov 2000|| Yan 'Kern' Gagné|
The dragon is a very good drawing, love is face expression, but the wizard, he a bit too small.
|28 Mar 2001|| Annie O|
Maybe the dragon is just very big? There is a series of
books out there by a guy called Aidan Meehan which give
good tutorials on how to draw Celtic knotwork, gripping
beasts and the like (and no, I'm not on commission,
darn it!) BTW, can I be that dragon's pet, too? Nice
|7 May 2002|| Anonymous|
I love this peace of work i love that you put in a wonderful detailed wizard and dragon it reminds me of merlin the most powerful wizard through out the ages.
|29 Jun 2005|| Tracey|
I like it. The knots aren't as bad as you think. They're actually pretty good especially if they are your first. I used to know this awesome web site that showed how to draw 'em but I would have to look it up again.