|20 Sep 2009|| Anca Raluca Sandu|Hello, I browsed through your pretty gallery and I found some very cool pictures, especially the ones regarding you comic. They were good enough to make me wanna read it, so I’m going to give you some feedback on it soon enough (did I mention I like sort of atypical characters and twisted turns?). Also, Kero and Ethan still looks good as an idea . If only I had enough patience to put together a comic, I might just catch an idea or two of my own, but given my patience, that’s so out of question... (the series named "A terror’s friendship" is the closest thing to a "comic" you’ll probably ever get from me.. .
I saw that you’re good with animals (like the reptiles) and humans too, and the coloring is rather convincing. I think I like how you draw the eyes (like in the beholder one, for example, but not only).
I’m going to come back when you update too, due to the tag that will let me know. Now, due to the fact that my art pics and "other works" together exceed the 100 limit by far, I’ll probably be scarce with new updates even though I drew something rather ok recently. However, should you fancy, I always wait for fresh feedback on my older work; and the non-fantasy one too.
|21 Sep 2009|| Anca Raluca Sandu|I decided to leave you a notice here, instead of the comic’s guest book.
Okay, so I got caught today in reading your comic and I think it has a catchy plot and potential. I hunt so called atypical things in all media I reach and it captivated my attention that your hero has to save a galaxy in absolute no danger whatsoever. Yep, that’s cool, and original too. Then, the humor is good and every now and then find nice things that make me smile, like the engineer or the smuggler that uses vegetables to hide his work. Not to mention the profetian and Pseudonym.
Also, you’re very lucky to have friends so devoted as to sustain you and even help you actively with a site! Good work!
As for the comic, it’s a good start. However, perhaps you should consider bigger letters for the text. However, if you’re out of space for that, you might try a bigger format for the picture or rearranging the panels (like 2 up and 2 down, not four in a row). But that’s only a suggestion from one who dislikes to strain her eyes too much and likes reading faster, don’t take it as criticism. Also, more background on planets and their races will be appreciated if you plan a faster pace of introducing characters.
I saw that you a wider range of characters prepared, so I’m curios to see how the plot will unfold...
|31 Jan 2010|| Anca Raluca Sandu|Hy, it’s good to have another look around your gallery. I’ve been so busy with college this past few months I didn’t even had time to take care of my own gallery. But a short vacation is coming and I do want to start again drawing and reading your comic, I remember I was curios how the plot is going to unfold with your unusual heroes.
|8 May 2010|| Marc Haver|
|5 Jun 2010|| Elizabeth Edgelet Craddock|
I’ve really enjoyed looking through your gallery, you have some really nice ideas and I really like your style.
|20 Oct 2010|| Chantelle Johnston|
Interesting gallery. Like your style... Keep it up
|12 May 2011|| Ray Valen|
I really like your creature art - the Forest Sharks are such a unique idea! I love it
Although, your descriptions are riddled with typos which irk me :/
Alistair Renolds? The Revelation Space saga is my favorite SciFi book series of all time Jennie Sörensen
replies: "Tank you (: Glad you like them!
I am dyslectic, so typos are perfectly normal for me. It’s a pain sometimes.
I agree, Revelation space is amazing. Have you red Chasm City? That is one of my favourites. It’s awesome!"
|26 Jun 2011|| Anca Raluca Sandu|Oh, moving, yes... I figure what it’s like. I hope you like your new residence and get some well deserved sleep.
I really don’t want to spam your Elfwood mail so I’d like to move to emailing, but just to be sure this time I’m going to post here the same message I’ve also emailed you.
Actually, I was hoping we decide first who does what if we work together at the same drawing. Personally, I think I’m better at coloring than doing the first outline sketch, but I don’t know, sometimes they too come out well. And then, there are some pictures in your gallery that have splendid coloring I’d actually like to see more of because I’m currently unable to make.
Or we can decide to make two pictures, like commissions and then surprise each other: each one picks an idea from the other one’s gallery, for example, and tries his own version of either a character (like fan art) or something based on a description instead, like your personal vision upon what the other has imagined. I admit this is not so much a colab, but it’s something worth trying one day anyway.
As for the idea, I had in mind for a while now to draw your character Etc, my next favorite after the prophetian already sent to you.
Alternatively, perhaps something from my gallery inspires you to sketch or color and we’ll see how we combine it.
We only have to chose our parts in doing the drawing.
|9 Aug 2012|| Faith Gerhardt|
Hello! Do you like dragons or werewolves? If you do and have time can you please look at my gallery! I also see that you like manga and graphic novels I do to!
|2 May 2013|| Gary Gibson|
Hello Jennie, how are you? I love your pictures and your sense of humour! Jennie Sörensen
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