|23 Sep 2005|| Erin Hopkins|
The details alone are very good.
This is a wonderful piece. You can almost feel the emotion and be there. Julee M Clark
replies: "I'm glad to hear you believe it generates these qualities. I hope for such things out of all my works. Thank you."
|23 Sep 2005|| Mattie K. Squire|
Wow, this is great. I love how she portrays a certain 'coolness' with her posture, expression, and how you kept the shading light. The angels are a wonderful touch as well, and the little viney details on her throne are great too. Wonderful work, keep it up. Julee M Clark
replies: "Comment From the Artist: Thank you. I still haven't finished this piece. I've failed to mention it. I appreciate your comments and compliments."
|25 Sep 2005|| Rebecca-Lee S. Hickman|
Very kewl! I like the details and the soft touch the graphite gives this piece. Julee M Clark
replies: "Thank you. This piece has a long way to go, but considering how it looks now I sometimes feel I should just leave it be."
|27 Sep 2005|| Erin ´EireWolf´ Metcalf|
Beautiful. I like how you don't skimp on the details, but you don't overwhelm us with them either. I feel like I'm in the throne room when I look at this piece.
I like the grayscale, but I'd also love to see this one in color! Julee M Clark
replies: "Thank you Erin.
However, I must admit that every once in a while I do overkill the detail, hence, the erase lines in certain pictures. One pro to bad resolution though; after the scan, the possibility those unsightly erase lines could have been drown out is a likely one.
About the color, no worries. I've had plans to, but I'm still deciding on how I want to go about giving this piece color. My thoughts so far; A lot of rich, warm colors, the color scheme consisting of mostly browns. It sounds as though it would be a disaster, but when its finished you'll see what I mean."
|7 Dec 2005|| Constanza Ehrenhaus|
wow! heavy Amidala influece! Exquisite piece! Julee M Clark
replies: "You know, your right. Where I wasn't inspired by Amidala to draw this, the entire time I was working on it I realized more and more how much it was turning out like her. Her clothing was inspired by middle-aged nobility (where Amidala does have an outfit that appears to be inspired by the same time period, her entire wardrobe also has asian influence added. Amidala's is a mixture). Also on this the face paint is what mostly was reminicent, (almost too reminicent) of Amidala. However, Adalia Meinhardt's facial decorations vary from dress to dress. Anyway, thank you."
|21 Mar 2006|| Rochelle Green|
Ohhh this is adorable, and I didn't see Amidala in it at all. I love the exquisite use of pale shading and the expression on her face. Interesting religious theme to her outfit. I would love to see this in colour. Julee M Clark
replies: "I would love to present it in color.
LOL, I can see what you mean, her clothing does look like a nun's habot
Thank you for your kind comment."
|9 Apr 2006|| Danielle|
Your art is simply stunning, the detail and perspective is spot on. one of the hardest things ever is to draw the human form and they are amazing.highly talented. Julee M Clark
replies: "I deeply appreciate your comment and the kind words entailed. Thank you so very much, it means a lot"