|5 May 2008|| Sashagg|
all your pictures are just so amazing! like many others i lack the words to descripe it
put i am definately having a look at painter! lol
|26 May 2008|| Arianna Larka Louise|
The whole pic. is AMAZING! But what is most shocking is how real the background looks! Great job!
|20 Jun 2008|| Anon.|
al your drawings are very goed
|9 Aug 2008|| Hallie Wiseley|
She looks so happy! I love monochromaticism, too!
|17 Dec 2008|| Kite|
It’s perfect!!! When I saw it first time I... I have no words to describe my feelings!.. I’m looking for it for a long time and I’m so happy now to see this beamy dragon again!!
THANK YOU JENNIFER!!!
|1 May 2009|| JNeto|
Hello I ’m from Brazil and I loved your drawing! It is simply perfect! Congratulations!
|22 Jun 2010|| Inspiring writer|
This is my favourite picture of all of ’em in Elfwood. As a writer-to-be I’m definitly going to use an amber dragon in one of the books. He won’t be named the same though.
|23 Jun 2010|| Z a n t o r i a n|
Ly’ szeth stood atop Reevstone Hill, staring deep into the western heavens, piercing the sky with his Dragon’s Gaze; a great monument he was, a magnificent work of fine art. And then he saw them - six dragons with elven riders - appear on the setting horizon. He, being a dragon, could see things no elf could in a lifetime. He whistled at the Lady Radnee Tartoolious and she came sprinting over.
’’They’re back, Incatasi and Vebrinda and the others! See them?
Lady Tartoolious squinted into the setting sun, face flushed with golden sunlight and twisted in the brightness.
’’I don’t . . . where?’’
’’ Can you not see those little specks on the sun?,’’ asked Ly’ szeth.
To be continued . . .