|5 Apr 2002|| Elysian Eve|
GA maryland. the stat that no 1 knows?
yup that be the one.
where is that?
on the east cost.
next to PA.
*sighs* never mind
LOL ya like that? i get that alll the time.. ppl dont know about the lil ppl down in MD *sighs* oh well im going to FL soon so its all good 4 me YA COLLEAGE!!! (cant spell... CRAP!)
|10 Jun 2002|| Julia Barnes|
Your pictures are great! Robert B. Kirkpatrick
replies: "Thanks...it means alot, because your work is awsome. I encourage people to click on your link (left) and see the most delightfull pieces in the woods. Im sure we will see you in childrens books and greeting cards soon, if your not already published.Thanks again...Robert"
|13 Jun 2002|| Lucy McGrath|
I love your work - especially the unicorn in 'End of the Road'. And I really don't get all those letters that you've given the states - being naive and English, I'm really confused. Anyway, back to the subject of your drawings: You have so many good ideas, and your colours are eye-catching. Your pictures are beautiful and emotional - keep it up! Robert B. Kirkpatrick
replies: "Thanks for the nice comments on my work. Sorry if I confused you with the initials, the are shorthand we use all the time in the Colonies, I mean States. Anyway the USA = United States of America (I bet you know that one though) and "MD" is Maryland. I hope that clears up where I am for you and my other guests that are not familiar with United States geography."
|25 Aug 2002|| BrEE|
you have chris from nsyncs last name wOoOo for you...
on another note your art is very nice*thumbs up* keep up the good work Robert B. Kirkpatrick
replies: "Actually I would like to correct that trivial misstatement. Actually, Chris has my last name, as I had it first..and he is darn lucky too have it. Thanks for the good words, Ill try not to dissapoint you....."
|12 Sep 2002|| Flutter|
Ahh...another fan of Lord of the Rings and The Wheel of Time. It's good to see another one! I like your work so far and hope to see more of it soon. What's you favorite drawing medium so far? Robert B. Kirkpatrick
replies: "Thanks...I love the malebility of graphite. Keep tuning in, I am churning out quite a bit..."
|21 Sep 2002|| E. *Guaya* Cantor|
Very original artwork! Its great.
|26 Sep 2002|| ´alex sandworm robles corzo|
greetings my pal!
thankyou very much for the very positive comentary you did on my newest art piece "lost god" I really apreciated it, and be sure I am going to draw a colored version of it someday.I really enjoyed your gallery and cant pic up one image to coment on it, you are creative, and you have a really cool shading.
|30 Sep 2002|| Stéphane 'Ombre' Marsaudon|
Thanks for visiting my gallery, my friend. I've just paid yours a visit and I like the variety of styles youcan find here from powerful sketches to finely detailed color jobs...I like what I would call your "comicky style", angular and nervous as in "casting" or "feather in the wind"
|27 Feb 2003|| Heather|
your work is absolutely wonderful, keep up the good work. as to where you may get it published, you may want to look into local art galleries and ask them if they would be willing to display some of it? or doctors' offices, dentists' offices, etc. you could end up being commissioned to do work. =) keep up the good work and don't ever give up your dream of being a published artist (i share the same dream LOL)! hang onto that dream and keep your options open. GREAT work.
|29 Jan 2008|| Joanna Browne|
What is ACEO’s, I’m clueless, but they’re beautiful. You were always talented
Love, Your Mom Robert B. Kirkpatrick
replies: "Thanks. ACEOs are pieces of art done the same size as a trading card."