|18 Mar 2011|| Ethan Childress|
Cool use of color in your gallery, very rich. And thanks for contributing to the site.
E. Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "hey thanks, i’ve been on this site for quite a number of years now, so i thought i’d give a little something back"
|20 May 2011|| John R Farley Jr|
Interesting site I found. It’s been known for a long time how Star Trek references or gives a tip of the hat to other science fiction shows and movies. They do this with Star Wars, Dr. Who, Battlestar Galactica, Dr. Strangelove, etc. One picture shows a miniature Millenium Falcon speeding away from a Star Trek ship.
http://memory-alpha.org/wiki/Science_fiction_references_in_St- - ar_Trek Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "ah yes, memory alpha, the star trek wiki, yes i’m been to it many times, avatar has one too, i think there’s a wiki for virtually everything. yeah, i think putting the millenieum falcon in there was as a bit of fun, i’ll have to look out for it next time i watch st first contact"
|9 Jun 2011|| Cate Baert Miller|
Finally I find someone who agrees with me. Though I love and enjoy working with it, I would never want it as a job. I couldnt stand taking art classes in high school, I didnt like being told what to draw and when to draw it, having a deadline sucked. My teacher didnt care for me too much because of that and I only took the class to fill the space. It drives me nuts when people tell me I need to get a career in art or go to school for it. lol but anyways, I love your gallery! Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "oh thankyou, hehe, yeah, i only did art as a fun subject, but your right, i like doing art, but only when i feel like doing it and when, i didn’t particulary like our art teachers-they were a bit werid, they definitly didn’t help that much, most of what did, i learnt to draw and do myself-andstill learning; the best way i think,"
|26 Jul 2011|| John R Farley Jr|
Cool-looking dragons that look like ships.
http://www.elfwood.com/~eurayo2/Swarm.3588495.html Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "ah yes i saw them the other day, excellent organic textures on them."
|12 Jan 2012|| Emily Aegolius Funereus|
I definately agree, corvids are AWESOME, and your rendition of them is beautiful Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "thank you very much, though i find coluring feathers never seems to get easier- believe me a lot of it is trial and error."
|13 Jan 2012|| Edmund J Schulfer|
|30 Jan 2012|| John R Farley Jr|
I just found an extremely cool ship. Near the end of the Cold War the Russians were building "Ekranoplans." These were ships that rode on the resistance waves they made on water and could reach high speeds. Not quite aircraft and more than a boat. Some of them hit 300 kilometers per hour and were invisible to radar because of their low altitude. The biggest one built was larger than a 747.
Look up "ekranopplan." Right from Tattoine. Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "mmm, i had a look at one, i think i’ve seen pictures or read of them before ages ago, but not really knew what they were, yeah more of a flying boat, "
|27 Feb 2012|| Heather Christine Carey|
I remembered a song I heard while looking at the pillars of Evermore picture that I think you might like. It’s The Raven by Omnia, which is like a song version of Poe’s poem. A few stanzas were cut from the song to make it shorter, but it’s still chilling and beautiful. I recommend you hear it. The song’s on Youtube, if you’re intrested. Kimberly A Taylor
replies: "sounds great, i’ll have to check it out sometime-thanx"
|6 Jul 2012|| Faith Gerhardt|
Hello! I see you like the same movies that I like I also like chronicles of Narnia and Blade! Do you like dragons or werewolves? If you do can you please look at my gallery!
|14 Feb 2013|| Gary Gibson|
Thank you for accepting me as a friend.