|6 Aug 2006|| Miss Shanny|
KWEE!!! *FIRST COMMENT DANCE* I love it, i hate clowns too, they're unnatural. This piece is heaps cool, i agree that the combination of black, red and white is a good one in art. i love everything about it, it gives me the creeps!!!! Keep up the good work! John-Clayton Wilson
replies: "Thanks. I hate clowns with a firey passion of my soul! People think I am afraid of them, but being afraid of clowns is different from HATING clowns. They serve no real purpose on the planet...only to creep people out.So they do make good choices for horror themes! Thanks again!"
|12 Aug 2006|| Laurissa Hughes|
I like how you didn't define his chin on the right side of the picture, I think it adds an extra hint of creepiness. It's like he's emerging from the background to surprise you. Also, I like his expression, and just the overall look of him, tipping his hat and everything. Very awesome! John-Clayton Wilson
replies: "It's what I was going for...the whole creepiness theme. And yes, him tipping his hat like that--is very gentleman-like, but that's how he is before he tears out your soul and devours your corpse.Clowns.....I hate clowns."
|21 Oct 2006|| Sister grimm|
Nice... I hate clowns he scares me very graffic tho i draw graffic to but not here this place is snoby
|11 Feb 2008|| James Sadler|
It’s interesting how many people don’t like clowns. I quite like them. Though only clowns in the comic-tradgedy performer type of clown. Those ones that entertain at childrens’ parties just irritate me (no offence to them... I guess it’s a rewarding job, but still...)
Anyway, I digress... I do apologise. I really like this piece. It’s brilliantly sinister, yet curiously inviting at the same time! And you’re right about the black, white and red. They do seem to go together rather well. Striking.