|3 Aug 2006|| Helle Jorgensen|
A gallery update again! Hm, now I definetely have to submit something new for my own gallery before too long - I promise! This is a nice piece - only I'd suggest that the soul should've retained at least some of the shape of the deceased's body, so that the theme would be more obvious from the picture itself. As it is, it could be a depiction of any sort of magic, if you get what I mean. (Though, of course, there is the scythe to signal death.)
|27 Oct 2006|| Anonymous|
The balance between tight 'pen' work and 'washiness' is superb, however you ought to mind the foreshortening on his feet. It appears, because you placed both feet on the same line, that the far foot is actually just as close to the viewer as the near foot. In actuality, his right foot should be higher than his left foot because of perspective. Lena Yn
replies: "UmÖ I believe I still did some perspective. I just checked the foot claws/fingers again. And I can draw three relatively parallel focus lines(focus lines canít be parallel, of course) between each left and each right finger. "
|25 Feb 2008|| Josh vaughn davis|
|23 Mar 2008|| Crowman|
hey lena, could i copy n past your pic for my avitar on a forum i go on, cheers , crowman Lena Yn
replies: "As long as you credit me by providing a link to my gallery in your signature."
|23 Mar 2008|| Kim Taylor|
a very detailed piece, a crow’s very fitting to the role, i also have a similar angel of death figure but who is a raven.
|25 Aug 2008|| Astrid lian|
i really like how you did wings and feathers, good job