|22 Feb 2009|| Natalie Adams|
*first comment boogie woogie*
i haven’t read the book...but this seems so powerful, or such a simple drawing...simple, but effective!
|24 Feb 2009|| Erin M Latimer|
OMGosh thank you!!! that is so cool!! I love how you’ve got it at two different angles, and the lighting is great
*sniff* I’ve always loved the imagery in this scene, and you captured it wonderfully ...
|16 May 2009|| Elizabeth emma hampton|
wow the lighting from both angles is great from both east and west...and their faces are so funny but so strong haha I cant describe it.
|21 Jul 2009|| Rebekah Dawn VanSlooten|
i love how you changed the angle of the picture. this is an amazing drawing=]
|15 Dec 2011|| James David Casey|
Wow...what wonderful colours in the sunset
This is how I imagined it...the film version was kinda ugly-looking, dark and just grim everywhere. Just because Voldemort is taking over doesn’t mean the film can’t be beautiful and bright. Examples:
-The Dark Cystal. The tyranical Skeksis have taken over Thra, but the landscape is wonderful and full of life (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Dark_Crystal)
-Princess Mononoke-deals with dark and violent themes, but is set in beautiful forests and Japanese towns d gerre
replies: "thanks so much! I wanted it to look beautiful but grim at the same time."