|26 Mar 2003|| Anonymous|
There are no words that can say how beautiful this picture is. So good is it
|26 Mar 2003|| Killy|
WOOOW!!! I Love dragons!!!
|26 Mar 2003|| Richard Miller|
This is it!!!! The color, action and concept are great. Very nice.
|27 Mar 2003|| Carina īCeLī Larsson|
Like your dragons very much
do more please
|27 Mar 2003|| VampireGurll|
RRAAAAAARRR!!! Kewl dragon!!! Lurve it!! ^_^
|7 Apr 2003|| Zachariah Campbell|
No prodigious words of doting praise here, buddy! It's critique time!!
The drawing looks pretty sweet on this, and I really like what I think was your idea to have the sun behind her, and illuminating the atmospher in its glare.
But... somehow some of that gets lost. The colour work on this one seems a bit busy... red, orange, yellow, green, cyan! It's a full chromatic complement and it's kind of disorienting. I tend to lose the shape of the dragon herself. Also, the magical energy crackling around her tail could use some brightening up... it looks sort of flat.
Whoosh! Bam! Drive-by Critique!!
Also, sorry, but with that name and all that sparkle, I can't help but assume that she's the dragon equivalent to a drag-queen. Gregory P. Gibbons
replies: "Well, this is what happens when too much magic is displayed in one image- a sense of over- dramatic lighting, and a loss of excitement due to overstimulation color-wise. I still think that it's just a matter of tweaking, though.DeVine, as with Goodwill and BloodFire, aren't the real names of the dragons. But DeVine was meant to sort of parody the same stage-like showiness that cross-dressers often aspire to- at least that's why I chose it, sort of like an homage to her ego, and missing her sexuality entirely. Or maybe embracing it. I dunno. You're the artist here! You tell me!"
|7 Apr 2003|| Orenda|
Wow. Really. I've seen a lot of your stuff and I've been impressed by it all, but wow.
I've always been biased towards the work you've done by hand over things done or touched up on the computer. I just like the feel of them better, even if I've had to grundginly admit that some of the effects you can acheive by adding in the computer are pretty impressive. This just looks like it belongs, like this is what all those possibilites are there for. This might be my new favorite thing you've done. Gregory P. Gibbons
replies: "Thanks, Orenda. I'm glad that some of this digital work is finally seeming to belong!"
|11 Aug 2005|| Fris|
The art is fantastic
and the picture is majestic
|9 Nov 2005|| Who cares|
FRIEKIN ALSOME MAN ANDd THERES NO WOMAN THIS TIM CONGRATS!