|10 Oct 2003|| Mandy Elliott|
::first comment high kick:: Lovly. I enjoy watching the production of a picture, it facinates me. You do this well, transforming a picture from flat 2d color to 3d color. I'd love to be notified when youre finished with this.
|13 Oct 2003|| Norma Peters|
Even as a work in progress, it's fascinating. I love the way you're building those two characters. When it's finished, it's going to be exceptional.
|3 Nov 2003|| Maisha 'Elenwyn' Foster-O'Neal|
wait wait wait... ok i think i got it. Um, for the names, Illuminita, like illiminate, meaning light. Fortis, i believe, means night. i would need to check on that. i don't know about Lilith or Decour, but lilith does sound spiffy! and Night Light would be what each one represents, which fits with the symbolism in the picture (the dark sun and the bright, lighted sun). Did i get it? do i get the imaginary cookies? my fave bit is the 3/4 of Illuminita in the background, but all of it is done very well. spiffy. Elizabeth Wyatt
replies: "Alright, I'll tell. You got the Illuminita part right-- 'To illuminate'. 'Decour means 'inside' or 'soul'. But Lilith, in contrast, means 'Spirit of the Night' or 'Spirit of darkness'. Fortis is Latin, meaning 'Brave' or 'Strong', which has nothing to do with the picture-- it represents something in the story.Taken all together it goes: Soul of Light, Spirit of Night. Ergo, 'Night Lights'. Hence the eclipse in the background."
|4 Feb 2004|| Naomi E. Szabo|
Ooh interesting. I love the clothing and the colouring is amazing. What program did you use. And the skin tones are perfect too! Good work! The sky is excellent. Overall it great. I'd love reading the story.
|13 Feb 2004|| Robert 'Rab' G. Lavery|
So can you actually speak Latin?
Anyway great picture, especially the background as already stated.
|12 Aug 2004|| Aiwelin|
Hail and well met! Would that by any chance be an athame in Illuminita's hand? Well, anon, good lady!