|2 Nov 2002|| Eugene Randolph Young|
I love it! How did I miss your wonderful site? The colors here and the expressions and body language all remind me of a typical day at an West Oakland bus stop without the smog and litter. The muddy water is a nice touch.
|9 Mar 2003|| Lady 'Suiateh' of the Abyss|
I love your style, and the colors. Very cool.
|11 Mar 2003|| Catweazle|
its a believable scene
and the elves are very alive ,
could be in a film
|5 Nov 2003|| Sebastian F Klement|
A thats better i am getting a little sick of al does white elfs.
This elfs and monkey tail elfs rule... drow die Sara Kristiina Albrecht
replies: "yeah, exactly, it's weird that elves seem to be 99,9 % white in elfwood. exept of drow. i'm also not too fond of drow cause they're not tolkien, but most people understand drow when saying dark elf :/"
|14 Nov 2003|| Joshua Dupre|
This is extreamly unique. How often do you see two black elfs in the savannah. This is amazing. Beautiful colors. I love to see an artist break away from the "normal" fantasy.
|28 Nov 2003|| Anonymous|
It's captured but makes me horny
|9 May 2004|| Robert m. Schipper|
I mean; Whoa cool pic! i like the detail and the coloring!
It sure is origional
|5 Jul 2004|| Sebastian F Klement|
I say it again i love this pic ^-^
|21 Sep 2004|| Anonymous|
Very cool piece of work. I really like the way you drew the background, particularly the fallen tree that the flirtatious dears are leaning on. In agreement with one of the above comments: it's true! how often *do* you get to see black elves on the savannah?
|18 Mar 2006|| Mikko S. Anttonen|
Wow! They are maybe first African elves what I have ever seen