|28 Dec 2004|| Bronwyn McIvor|
I like this. . very cool idea, and very well done!
|29 Dec 2004|| Kharmii|
He does look pretty bored. Neat idea! This reminds me of that Lovecraft story "Pickman's Model" where the guy draws realistic creatures and people wonder where he gets his ideas.
|29 Nov 2005|| Bee|
If you look at his face just right... espec. the eyebrows... it begins to sort of resemble John Quincy Adams.
|29 Nov 2005|| Vynn|
I recalled seeing the Adams picture you're talking about on Google at some time or another and went back to find it again. You got the body position and his expression down GOOD.
One reason people in pictures from the 1840's thru probably late 1850's looked rather grim was the slow speed of the film and lenses, it would take I believe, 15 to 30 seconds for a photo to be made and during that time the subject had to hold thier breath & not move to avoid any blurring, though with that slow a speed I would assume some *very* minor movement was possible without causing trouble...
|31 Jul 2006|| Ester Manzini|
The griffin looks so serious and professional (maybe a little bored?)!
|31 Aug 2008|| Chantel|
I love how u drew the griffin! He looks hungry!
|20 Mar 2010|| Breena|
Absolutely my favorite piece in your gallery! I think you have done a more than sufficient job of helping me get my giggles in for the day. I think your work is fantastic. kudos!
|23 Jul 2010|| Kit Mayer|
This image is WAY too disturbing, even
for bad puns! Great work, Lucius