|7 Sep 2002|| Lady Delia of Eldorne|
also pleased to be one of the first to comment. I like har hands. She almost reminds me of Xena, (cant spell her name)
|30 Nov 2002|| Tam|
I wanna be her when i grow up
|25 Jun 2003|| Lauren E. Ritchie|
Now this is the kind of pencil work I wish I could do. I really like her costume, so interesting, yet perfect for a pirate.
|25 Jun 2003|| Lindsay Hanna|
O me too! Such a strong female. mwahaha! Love the whole taunting thing.
|24 Nov 2003|| Trisha W. Farnan|
This picture is fabulous! She just exudes tough attitude. I love her hair and how she's sexy but not your typical beauty. She is a different form of beautiful! *nods* Plus I love swords *g*
|17 Feb 2004|| Lauren E. Ritchie|
Absolutely stunning! One of the best pirate pictures in the woods. I love the shading, and I like how unique her costume is. Great work on the sword and blade.
|5 Mar 2004|| Joanna 'Melfka' Maciejewska|
Wow... This is very nice, but I got one question: where did she get this cross-pendant from? Are there Christians in this fantasy world?
|22 Jun 2004|| J. D. |
The cross and the circle are, with the triangle, the three most fundamental symbols; the circle symbolising cycles, completeness, eternity and all the rest, the triangle being the smallest actual polyhedron and the only stable form of the balance, and the cross symbolising openness and growth. It's impossible to alter a circle without either making it noncircular- adding a bulge- or rubbing it all out and drawing it again. The cross can grow; it's open- ended, an unclosed figure, it can expand, reach out and flourish without changing it's essential nature. Somebody would catch on to this sooner or later. I do like the drawing, too.
|26 Nov 2006|| Seza|
Dude what are you doing on an online gallery! U shud have ur own gallery and make millions outta these, ur fab!
|9 Dec 2006|| Antonio Riane|
I don't see the taunting, but I love the sword styling and her cool confidence--which is, I think, the real marvel of this image.