|2 Oct 2003|| Ivy M. Sanford|
Oh they are awesome! Okay, how much charcoal did you get smudged all over your hands before this one was finished? Whenever I do charcoal, I leave fingerprints all over the paper! Anyways, I love their faces, they are so jovial!
|20 Nov 2003|| Anonymous|
*is completely and utterly wowed by what the artist did with CHARCOAL (of all mediums) and so stares uselessly, wishing she could make her comment helpful*
The styalization of this piece is really great, it reminds me of the ancient, wild feel of an Irish fairy story. Nice.
|11 Dec 2003|| Michelle M. Decker|
'We got Jim on the phone and he wants to know the sexs of the two in the drawing?' Sorry i got into a fight with my friend about it, and just had to ask ^_^
|16 Dec 2003|| David R. Goecke|
I can answer that! The one on the left is Grey, a boy, and the one on the right is Reece, a girl. If this shot was panned out more you'd be able to tell. Grey is quite thin and bony, and Reece is soft and round all over.
|26 Dec 2003|| Merchild|
Reminds me of my first kiss.... Ahhhhhhh *drifts off into mushy romantic daydream, never to return to the real world*
|2 Jan 2004|| Amy Meyer|
I like the high cheekbones, and the hair. This is an amazing piece of charcoal work, great job!
|14 Mar 2004|| Snapdragon|
0_o Whoah...he's like, sucking on her lip. -giggle- If I had a boyfriend and he did that to me, I'd smack him and tell him to kiss me properly. LOL...
|18 Mar 2004|| Nana Leonti|
Sucking on the lips is good! And you did that by charcoal? *worships*
|6 Oct 2004|| Shade|
wow! That is awesome. Vine charcoal is a pain in the butt to draw with, so I saulte you.
|19 Dec 2006|| Juliette Capra|
That looks like an amazing kiss. Awesome definition, especially the cheekbones. May I put this one on a tour of kisses?