|22 May 2002|| Cassiopeia|
Great... Very Great... Very, very Great...
|18 Jun 2002|| Marissa|
This is my favorite of all your pictures. They are all so amazing. I love everything about it. She is so beautiful. I wish I could draw.
|8 Jul 2002|| Neda|
This pic's very beautiful. I like her face and her shoes the most. Very nice! Well done!
|11 Jul 2002|| Chaos|
I think this is excellent! I love how she's peering ahead, a bit hesitant, putting the candle first. This is really nice.
|21 Oct 2002|| Lucretia <webmistress@luc...net>|
I love the hair!! Sweetness..
|5 Dec 2002|| Tomas Morkrid <tomas.hvm@c2i...net>|
I like this picture. It is very very nice. Her face is for real, and the way you use the colors is beautiful. Thank you!
|14 Jan 2003|| Kate|
This looks like a character from a book I read about a girl called Serlina who dresses up as a boy to get into the academy of Magick... she has great potential but only males are allowed to learn, they think females would not be able to handle the power and could turn to the dark side (which is quite dumb). After 12 years at the academy, she is found out after she falls in love with one of her colleagues, and she becomes a fugitive of the Magick empire, who want to kill her, thinking she could turn evil. But eventually, she saves the life of a city, and she is accepted, and from then on females are allowed to train as magicians.
Sorry for that whole rendition, but I really like the picture! She's beautiful, and as always, your proportions are perfect.
|20 Mar 2004|| Anon.|
Lovely; the texture of the fabric is wonderfull. Two small critiques, if I may be so bold. The first: a background would likely enhance the image; you have a lovely young lady here, please give her a setting against which to shine. Second: on her right arm, the fabric of her sleeve is bunched, but it seems to be held or agthered in no way, so it seems it would fall down. Maybe it's intentional; it just struck me as odd. Again, a lovely image; I have much admiration for this piece of work.
|8 Jun 2004|| Laila|
Very nice... reminds me of Keladry from the "Protector of The Small" series by Tamora Pierce.