|2 Apr 2002|| Jason Weeks|
Oddly, seeing writing first caught my eye on this one. I'm a far more literary person. Anyways, the picture is great. I've read a lot of your return comments that you don't do faces well but I disagree. In her face I can feel the longing that she has. Not in a sensual manner that most would assume I mean, but for that bit of something she doesn't seem to be able to have. Well, congratulations on yet another excellent picture. Till next time.
|7 Apr 2002|| Deanne 'Pooka' Harper|
Never regret good work. Inspiration always seems to be fleeting, keep it in perspective and hang your memories on the piece and not the inspiration. Very strong image. Good stuff.
|9 Apr 2002|| Antonia R. Musia|
Very pretty..she reminds me of one of the many female vampire characters I used to RP a lot... Specifically one named Chary.
You have the perfect perspectives in your pictures. You are VERY talented.
|28 Apr 2002|| Diedra Rater|
This is really cool. It's so sensitive. And the style possesses such realism. And though the entire vampire-reincarnation-undead thing is pretty.. unrelatable to most people, I bet everyone's able to think back to a time when s/he felt that his/her existence was wholly destructive.
It's damn cool. Let's just leave it at that.
Btw, I think the way you faded out on the detailing adds to its beauty.
|20 May 2002|| Amanda 'Mana' Nelson|
I love the pose. and that HAIR! OMGs That Hair is absolutely amazing! I also admire your writing along side the picture...but I'm afraid I'm still caught on the wonderfulness of the shading in the hair...and the shading in general! One word: Whow!
|15 Jul 2002|| Angela Cosenzo|
Nice piece over all. The only thing that jumps out at me is the shading on the face. I'm just not sure it's really needed, since that style of shading isn't repeated anywhere else in the picture. However, this picture has a realism to it. Looking at it, you feel like it's something that did actually occur.