|12 Mar 2002|| Megaera Callisto Lorenz|
The lines are so smoothe, and clean, and flowing. This picture has a lot of grace, vitality, and personality. She looks so alive. You really have a fantastic style -- it looks like a cross between Classical Greek and turn-of-the-century art.
|24 Jan 2003|| Stelmarta|
hi again, just couldn't resist a bagpipe picture (I do play them after all). I like this, it makes me smile, especially since it's a fairly accurate description of that particular family of instruments. By the way, did you know that dudelsack is the swiss-german for pipes? probably. I'll just shut up now.
|19 May 2003|| Michelle Smith|
Oh, this is so corignal, I love it! I'm kind of confused with the dialogue you've written, can't understand who's talking. You're style is very simple and elegant, spartan. And she's got a tail! How faboo!
|2 Jun 2003|| Electra Thornburg|
The tail on the lady and the plumpness and everything is so cute and awesome. Luff your style!
|5 Sep 2003|| Lucius Appaloosius|
You've obviously studied the St. Blasius MS ( although in the original, it was probably a sheep- or goatskin - a pigskin would be too porous for that purpose).
To add some personal & irrelevant notes: I'm something of a weird-instrument fetishist myself; built a set of pipes with membrane reeds (see Experimental Musical Instruments), a couple of hurdy-gurdies, & am currently working on an organetto.....
|3 Oct 2003|| Geoffrey H. Schorz|
That's rather funny, because I play both a dudelsack and its Flemish equivalent, the Moezelsack. I would highly recommend looking a bit at the works of Pieter Brueghel the Elder, a High Renaissance Flemish painter. A lot of his paintings featured bagpipes of the area. It's just really nice to see a non-Scottish bagpipe appear in art.
|3 Oct 2004|| Rusty Oatmeal|
Man, I love those toenails.
|7 Aug 2007|| Jessica "horselover" Hornsey|
OOh I understand you!!! I can speak english and german!!!
I love the pig!! he is sooo sweet!!