|16 Jan 2003|| Clarissa|
Oh wow! That is the only word for it. I remember that line The Craft. This is a great representation of it. This is the first piece of artwork that has stunned me speechless. It's great. I love it.
|16 Jan 2003|| Sophia 'Trollkind' Sundin|
oh holy! Just great! how long did this take you? It is worth to take a look at the larger version!
|5 Mar 2003|| Sarah Bentley|
Hm... I'm not actually sure taht killing the deer is evil, per se.... just because the gargoyle does need food (i think) and therefore has the right to hunt and kill for it's meal.
However, killing needlessly is evil.
That is my random spiel for the day.
It's a very lovely picture... I really like how you transition from one frame to the next without an actual border. Very skillful, on the whole. (Now I sound like a taste tester... gah!)
Me likes mucho, keep up the good work! J. ┤Kythera' Contreras
replies: "You're very right about the deer--killing for survival isn't an evil act by itself, but it IS a part of the darker side of nature--usually a side that people don't like to aknowledge. Most times, I've noticed, people only like the cute and fluffy or strikingly beautiful side of Nature, and shy away from her dark side, or pretend it isn't there. And that's what I was trying to do with this piece--to look that dark side in the face. ^_-"
|1 Oct 2003|| Tina N. Dunnier|
So thoughtful.....Im very impressed with your work. I had to comment on this individually...You are so original and your work is great...almost flawless.
|26 Jun 2004|| Shannon 'emme' Chavez|
This piece is great. First thing that drew me to it was horizontal layout that you just don't see as much. And the background is marvelous. The subtle crosshatching adds such a nice feel to the piece, and his wings are awesome!