|22 Aug 2005|| Kira|
I'm gonna cry. *crys* without fantasy, i would starve too. Curse you modernalization!!!!
|17 Jul 2006|| Unicorn|
*starts screaming and jumping* THANK YOU THANK YOU THANKYOUTHANKYOUTHANKYOU!!! *calms down somewhat* Sorry, but I LOVE the theme of this one. It is so true, all the fantasy and beauty of the world is losing to science and technology. *growls* If only that beauty would come back.
|26 Dec 2006|| Anonymous|
*nods* yes, but look around, we still have imagination, but we need to learn to believe in our creations Julie Raymond
replies: "Amen to that."
|5 Jan 2007|| Barbara J. Wickham|
Yes it's very sad but also a great incentive to never let the imagination go to waste and to be silly and playful as often as possible. Keep the magic alive!
There, now can't you see the poor Uni already looks a little better...
Seriously, this is a stunning piece of art. The composition is very good in that the Uni is the main focus but it is very obvious what is causing his slow, painful demise. This pic stands alone without the need for an explanation. The best element is the pure suffering you so elegantly conveyed in the Uni's wasted condition and the defeated posture. Brava! Julie Raymond
replies: "Thanks so much, I'm blushing at such nice compliments!"
|7 Mar 2007|| Jason|
The magical, noble unicorn must not lose hope as the way it was in the beginning will return! His hope is not in vain.
|14 Apr 2007|| Esther S. Brendel (Maiden name: Esther S. Wetzel)|
This picture stroke me. It is such a beautiful and strong composition. And this poor, starved unicorn! Great artwork!
|6 Oct 2007|| Rasha Al Najjar|
What a nice but sad idea! I love the way you made the unicorn so brilliantly white
|8 Oct 2008|| Violet Jenna Chey|
well, watever happens, she will always be fed by my imagination, and i love all of you on this sit! you are the only ones who understand the fantasy world!!
|8 Nov 2008|| Anonymous|
so sad...I don’t know why you’re considered a weirdo or something these days just because you have an interest with fantasy and mythology...people treat you like you’re sappy or cheesy when you say it is okay to dream and stuff like that...fairytales may not be real, but they can really inspire us or teach us things, kinda like this picture.
It’s an age-old theme, and I really like it.