|7 May 2004|| Simi Landau *Muffin Queen*|
Ooooh. The nymph is lovely-I love the expression on her face and how she melds into the weeping willow, especially her hair! And Avia is so pretty, and so full emotion. It's lovely. Congrats on Mod's Choice!
|7 May 2004|| Green Phoenix|
A very well-drawn and emotional image.
Superb job on the tree/nymph, although there is some room for improvement in Medusa.
|7 May 2004|| Tk|
I like this picture it's pretty and sad
|16 Aug 2004|| Anonymous|
The transformation from hair to leaves is very well done
|25 Aug 2004|| Anon.|
I've read the medusa story and I don't remember anything about a character named Avia.
|28 Aug 2004|| Adaeveris|
Avia's expression is classic! This picture is fantastic.
|17 Oct 2004|| Truth|
Well, if you ever decided to do a Roman retelling of the myths-- would be interesting to see two sides-- you could always add THE UNKNOWN GOD. The Romans had so many gods that they were worried that they might have missed one, so they had one statue called THE UNKNOWN GOD. Then the Apostle Paul came and told them all about Him.
Nice drawing. I like the willow's hair.
|24 Jan 2005|| Rochelle Leya Watts|
The way the tree seems to be her dress and her hair is turning into the leaves is awesome. I also like the border; it gives the pice a more classical feel.
|24 Feb 2006|| Elin Karlsson|
look at her hair!
|1 Jun 2006|| Kristin Lewis|
Beautiful and emotional. Keep it up!