|19 Nov 2003|| Astropunk|
|8 Jan 2004|| Web|
You are very talented, although I agree with one of the previous comments. I believe that it could be a little more sexy, but GREAT work. And your monster are by far some of the most creative. Bravo! Hope too see more!!! Thank you for your kind words, sir. As soon as the merger is complete, I'll post some new artwork that I've been working on... As for the "sexy" stuff, I'll let the people be the judge of that in my upcoming works!
|14 Jan 2004|| Stanton F. Fink|
Gong ye bok choy! Same to you, my friend! Have a prosperous new year!
|17 Feb 2004|| Stanton F. Fink|
So, whatcha think of my new and improved Vampire Sphinx?
|31 Mar 2004|| Marek Milczarek|
I really like a couple of your female portraits. I also think that you draw armor very well. If I could give any advice, it would be that you should shade more. H.M. ´Alang´ Muhammad Hanif
replies: "Thank you very much! Anyway, I don't shade the figures much because I don't want to compromise the "beauty" of the subject..."
|13 Apr 2004|| Ketsueki 'Kazue' Yurushi|
These are some very nice works. I like your portraits especially. But I agree with Marek Milczarek that you should shade more.
|26 Jun 2004|| Peter Enström|
Very nice pictures
|13 Jul 2004|| Richard Thomas Lankes aka 'Dirty da Vinci'|
Happy New Year, bro! *LOL* Yeah, I just realized I never sent the greeting myself till now! I'm pathetic. Sorry about that, since I thought I had. Goes to show how wrong I am. Anyway, it's good to see you around, and still creating works. You know, for the longest time, I've had some of your blade designs in my mind, just wondering on the mechanical applications and overall designs. It's kept me intrigued! *LOL* Take care, and hope to talk to you soon...just remind me to send the return message sooner than six months *LOL*
|19 Jul 2005|| Terminalpolyp|
We have got something in common.....I love SO MUCH Marine Biology, it is my definite destination (though now I'm merely a highschooler) and....yeah, I'm in your sister country of Malesia Region...located just below yours (guess what....)....And I thought your artwork is wholesome awesome, it's natural in style and you got the colour great (Apology for my crude, rudimentary English). And I do wonder what kind of technique to illustrate your Saichania ? it reminds me a lot of paleontological diagram depicting Anomalocaris....(in other word, you did great to reach the similarity of a scientific drawing) H.M. ´Alang´ Muhammad Hanif
replies: "So... Terminalpolyp... I suppose ur in Singapore? Am I correct? Well, anyway, I used a technical pen (size 02) for the Saichania... I was trying to make it look like a scientific drawing... Hehehe... Anyways, if u'd like to know more, why don't u e-mail me? Perhaps we can chat a bit about marine biology?"
|24 Aug 2006|| Azri <ayie702@yah...com>|
Good morning, sir..
You're a gorgeous person alive!!
Keep it real!!