|7 Feb 2004|| Rachel|
The title looks superb as well. (You get to do Word Choice next week -- ha-ha.) Aideen Solasta
replies: "Word choice? Whaaaaaaaaa. Moan. Such evil. Thanks =)."
|16 Feb 2004|| Rachel|
When you go into the leave a comment area you can see the picture in miniature and the mane, tail, and leg fur look totally silvery-gray-amazing. Wow! Very proud looking horse, with the arched neck and all. Aideen Solasta
replies: "Oooh, how cool. Yepyep, it's rather proud and...slightly spoiled. But shh, don't tell it that! =)"
|20 Mar 2004|| Kirsten|
Wow!!! i soooo wish i could draw like you! keep up the good work. Aideen Solasta
replies: "*smile* Thanks!"
|17 May 2004|| Sophie|
The blue is a little bit...bright.... the mane and tail and the hooves are really good, though. You might try and make the blue a little more subtle. it looks like the horse drank blue water and it dyed the muzzle! but the mane and tail and hooves are awesome! and you can draw horses much better than i can, so i shouldn't really say anything!!! Aideen Solasta
replies: "Rofl. Hey, I tried to fix the blue with photoshop, but the damage was done =(. And you're good with people...mutters jealously."
|6 Jun 2004|| Lindsay Hanna|
OMG! THE BILLOWYNESS!!! SO COOL! WOW!!! That's what struck me first. I adore the leg/hoof hair. Aideen Solasta
replies: "Nods, poofy! =) Thank you!"
|2 Jul 2004|| Lindsay R. Montgomery|
I love this!!!! How the hair seems to move with the air and how the coat looks like the sky I think you have really captured the concept. And thank you for commenting on my gallery. Aideen Solasta
replies: "You're welcome, and thank you! I'm glad you like it =). I was proud of it at the time, but now..eh. =). Thanks again!"
|22 Oct 2004|| Pinky|
I love the movement of the hair on the legs that's nice. I think that the blue is a little to much but still a really nice picture. Hope to see more element horse's. Aideen Solasta
replies: "I agree with you on that. The blue is too contrasting and looks strange. Oh well =(. Thanks for commenting!"
|23 Dec 2004|| Anonymous|
I think you did a good job on making it look air-ish.It's hard to make something look like an air element because theres not much you can do to make it look like air...I like the blue,though! Aideen Solasta
replies: "Yay! I wasn't really satisfied with the blue, but I'm glad you liked it =). Thanks for commenting!"
|16 Mar 2006|| April(onlooker 4 inspiration)|
I love it. I think it looks great. I wish i could make it look airish like that but mine didnt turn out so well.*mutters scary* i love it!!! I want it as a pet=-)please!! Aideen Solasta
replies: "If you could catch it, perhaps it will allow you to own it...for a little while =). I'd like to see your artwork! Where can I find it?Thank you for the compliment =)."
|4 Dec 2007|| Dragoness|
FYI only draft horses have the feather on thier pasterns such as the Irish Draught, Shire, Percheon,Sufflok Punch,and the Gypsy Vanner Horse. The body build of your horses suggest that they are either Hotblooded or Warmblooded,not work horses. Aideen Solasta
replies: "Please realize that all artwork on Elfwood is of fantasy nature and therefore does not necessarily concern itself with exact anatomical proportions. Your knowledge of horse anatomy is wonderful, but I ask that you please make more constructive comments. This horse is of the AIR element. Therefore, the "feathers" are CLOUDS. It is not meant to be a draft horse, or a hot or warmblooded horse. It is the element air in horse form. Therefore, please be considerate enough to take artistic liberties into your criticism and tell me something constructive."