|22 Jul 2002|| Amanda Marie Walker|
Tattoos, big ears, horns, big clawy hands...yup you have managed to put lots of my favorite things into this peice so I have no choice but to love it
|27 Sep 2002|| Anonymous|
I think it loks liek a djinn.
|14 Jan 2003|| Naomi Maughan|
I really like this, Hes really cool looking. However, for some strange reason, his face reminds me of George Clooney, go figure...
|20 May 2003|| Elle|
The snake part of him, could use a little definition. But...kewl
|3 Jul 2003|| Jenniekins.......yes|
But yes... i "commented" about one of your other pictures and inbetween then and now, i have looked at other sites with cross hatching and none meet your level of excelence. I really enjoy your talent and look forward to viewing the rest of your work.
|15 Aug 2003|| Craig stone|
The waist looks too thin for the bulge in the tail, belieing the slicker ideal of a serpentine body, the claws should be further into the foreground 'cos they seem nasty!
|19 Feb 2004|| Kimberly|
for the comment that craig stone mentioned about the waist being too small... You obviously must be an amatuer in drawing.I`m sure the figure of the waist was on purpose.
Besides, with such great shading on the upper body, I don`t think he would have had a troubled time finishing..
I love this piece!
Keeping drawing, you're one rockin rocka fella. hehe
|24 Aug 2004|| |
Wow- this must have taken you ages to do! I love how you put so much detail into all your pictures- like with the creases on the forehead, the tattoos, and especially the veins in the arms. I don't think I'd have the patience for all those teeny-tiny details, but now I think I might try. What I'd like to know- is how you do the inside of the ears so well, and the eyes and nose and mouth- and, and... everything!
You're my new inspiration! Your work is amazing, and truly breathtaking. Keep it up!
|13 Jan 2005|| Savannah K. Sand|
Wow. one thing i never learned how to do was fade a picture into the background properly. you do a beautiful job. your details are absolutely stunning! How big do you normally draw your pictures? I can't imagine incorporating that level of detail into an 8x11.
wow. just gorgeous.