|21 Oct 2008|| Chelsea L Pennelly|
Oh,I love it. Great artwork!
|13 Oct 2009|| Goblinhack|
Hi, I’m working on a new open source D&D game and looking for a new name.
I was thinking of gorynych as my last game, goblnhack, had a fairly large russian
following (don’t ask me why). Anyway I stumbled on your nice dragon pic. Would
you be interested in me including it in the game as a loading picture? I would add
your name to the game credits of course
. It will be utterly open source, completely free,
dungeon crawl game. Anyway, even if not, beautiful artwork!
|7 Jun 2010|| Robert worth nuckels|
Eugene, I’m gonna have to FAVORITE you as an Artist. Like my other favorites, you represent the beacon of High Level Art that drew me to Elfwood. By favoritng you, furthermore, I can periodically peruse your body of Work with qualititative attention & scrutiny.
|9 Jun 2010|| James Bull|
Awesome gallery...you are a wonderful artist!
|3 Sep 2011|| David N Chmelik|
I really like your D&D-based art... most of mine is based on D&D. Instead of using turpentine, you could use odourless mineral spirits (like Gamsol,) which do not damage your brain.
|6 Aug 2012|| Ella rose griffin|
love you work, it reminds me of the style in the fighting fantacy game books! Eugene Jaworski
replies: "Thank you. That is a great compliment as I love the art on those books as well."
|11 Sep 2012|| Faith Gerhardt|
Hello! Do you like dragons or werewolves? If you do and have time can you please look at my gallery!
|27 Dec 2013|| Moreven Brushwood|
My gentleman friend would totally dig your art. I obviously don’t want to speak for him but I could see him featuring your art on his website about tabletop gaming. www.paperspencils.com