|16 Jun 2002|| Costello|
*FIRST COMMENT DANCE* I cant believe there are no comments here yet! this lil guy is soooooo cute hehe i just wanna eat him up! erm well maybe id try if he didnt have that axe o.O;; Alex Hakobian AKA Avaz
replies: "..not to mention that sword hanging from his hip, -and- the daggers along his chest! ^_~"
|26 Sep 2002|| Dana M. Luker|
Yeah, hehe! To hug him WOULD BE DEATH! o_o; At first I didn't know where his face was. Heh heh. but I've found it now, and it _IS_ cute for some reason. ^-^ Eee! little dwarfie! Alex Hakobian AKA Avaz
replies: "I agree.. some people have said that too, but unfortunately, I had no clue I would be posting him up online to show off, or else, I would have drawn him bigger and more detailed. "
|31 Oct 2002|| James bunt |
Please write to me I have no friends I like your picture is it a self portrait? Alex Hakobian AKA Avaz
replies: "....You MUST be joking, right? o.ô;"
|25 May 2003|| Cerhiunnhn Faldhl|
WHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!!!! *hughugs him fiercely* Mineminemineminemine!! HE's so adorable!!
Taru: *whips out her glaive*
Taru: ^-^ Meet MY destructive weapon!
Klornil: *looks at the evil expression on her face* 0.0;;;;
Taru: I kill things with it! ^___^
Klornil: AHHHHH!! *runs away screaming*
Taru: Wait, come back! *holds up his axe*
*shrugs and then eats it* Alex Hakobian AKA Avaz
replies: "Uhh.. I hope you didn't eat HIM, but meant his axe... Which is still a disturbing thought by itself. Metal is so high in iron, it'll turn you magnetic. ... Besides, I doubt he would be running away from you, he'd just gnaw on your ankles a bit, hehe ^_~;"
|26 Feb 2004|| Faith D. Doerr aka Lerune|
I always love the way you do weapons: with such a real grasp on how they would have to look and feel. This is another good one. =0)
*debates buying you a sketchbook, so you'll quit doodling on looseleaf*
*tee-hee* Alex Hakobian AKA Avaz
replies: "Hence the problem with old art. THey happen to have great concepts, but the undeveloped artist (as I was when I did this) did not know the proper paper makes a large difference."