|21 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
It’s cute, but it’s mouth reminds me of a clown, and I’m scared of clowns for some reason, as long as I don’t look at it’s face I think I’ll like this creature *leans hesitantly forward to give it a hug* Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "He loves hugs. You’ll make him very happy! What is your imagination companion? Mine is a gryphon."
|22 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
A demonic-looking wolf
Gryphons are nice though. Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "Is it a specific character and have you drawn this character or is it just any demonic looking wolf?"
|23 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
|24 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
Yeah, my companion. I’ll upload it one day - and I guess it’s more of a dog than a wolf. Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "I’d definitely like to see it when you do upload it! Could you let me know when you do?"
|25 Nov 2010|| Torque|
|27 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
Sure thing, but it’ll be a little while - I’ve got LOADS of stuff that needs colouring, shading, etc. Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "I hear ya on that one. I’m in the middle of doing 12 requests for different people on Deviant Art"
|16 Dec 2010|| Rochelle L Nailor|
I love him, he looks good and snugly, maybe he wants you to eat the fruit so he can curl up with you and take a nap. I would nap with him. Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "That’s a possibility. Though, not all of them know what that particular fruit does to people. They’re definitely cool to have around though. (they do make a good teddy bear though )"
|23 Dec 2010|| Green Phoenix|It could do with a better background; otherwise - a good job - the creature looks funny yet slightly dangerous, like he can make you laugh to death or something. Joshua Steven Mersereau
replies: "HAHA! I Never thought of that!!!! That’s awesome! I didn’t give it a background because I wanted the focus to be more on the creature and for the picture to have an overall generic look. When I do draw the environment, it’ll be unlike anything I’ve ever drawn before (hopefully). I hope to reflect the bizarre nature of the creatures found in the imagination in the actual environment."
|26 Dec 2012|| Murph M Beb|