|12 Sep 2004|| Rocio Baldwin|
Very nice work you've got here, Julie-girl. I especially got a curiously pleasing thrill when I saw your "Curses" image. Rock on, chick. She reminds me of my own focus of sketching - Vin. *Pats the chibi Vin perching on her shoulder, savagely gnawing on her ear and growling.*
You commented on my lovely sis's gallery. Thought I'd have me a look see at your own. Glad I did. Keep it up, hon.
|26 Dec 2004|| Maria lombide ezpeleta|
Nice work. Improvement comes from within...
|29 Dec 2004|| Gabriele U. Reinecke|
Hello Julie, you´ve got your own wonderful style. I like the mixture of high detailed and rather plain shapes, which you use often in one picture. Although the anatomy is not always perfect (by the way - what ist perfection?), it doesn´t matters. A picture should always be more than a depiction of reality, it should be imaginativ. And so is your work - keep on!
|30 Dec 2004|| J. Oliver|
You've got a nice gallery here. I would really love to see some new work! All of the drawings seem to be from 2000 or 2001... Let me know if you update!
|2 Jan 2005|| Tamar R. Beecher|
Julie, your art is lovely. Your faces are beautiful! Many of your pictures have wonderful motion and flow. We all do have our idiosyncrasies, don't we? Try some nipples on some of the breasts of your females. It may help them to feel more complete and natural (though there is nothing wrong if you prefer to continue them in your own style!). I look forward to seeing more of your work. Thanks for stopping by my gallery.
|5 Jan 2005|| Marloes Schellekens|
Really nice gallery you have! I like the way you draw people, they look quite natural and alive.
|12 Apr 2005|| Anonymous|
Hi, this is Julia, you wrote to me half a year ago. I wasn´t here for ages, so I have to thank you now... that late. This picture of the castle is grown in my head for quite a long time. Then I found it was in there long enough and I drew it. And that's it.
|16 Jun 2005|| Larry N. Morris|
Congratulations for being selected Artist of the Day.
Your gallery shows good variety and vivid use of color.
|17 Jun 2005|| Anonymous|
You have a wonderful drawing style and technique. You should try working your objects and fingures with the back ground. Instead of just drawing a fairy... draw a fairy and her forest surroundings at the same time... and the shading together. That way your pictures will look complete instead of cut and pasted.
|10 Jun 2006|| Jamie Roxx <jamieroxx@gma...com>|
Long time no see. Anyhow you used to know me by dirk, way back before I went all hollywood and changed my name. anyhow I would love to catch up with you.
Shoot me an email.
Love your work by the way, it's great. Say Hi to your mom for me too.