|28 Dec 2004|| Mark Taylor|
Once more Sara, I have to say:-
a)that I do like your new material
b)sorry for not contacting you in so long. Sara M Osth
replies: "*smiles* Thank you. There should be more coming, I'm in the process of updating right now. And don't worry, there's no need. "
|11 Jun 2005|| Josephine Josephinea197@tal|
I came to your pictures and this place on internet
through a comment on webblogg in "vennegoors" blogg,
leading to "stillme" bloggi (Fanny) where a comment and
one of your drawings was publiziced 18th of May.
How come you are doing an education to become
a forester, when you are so good at drawing?
or is it like me and my music - drawing is a hobby,
working with would take away the joy?
I like your pictures very much!
Keep up the good work
Josephine (the Swedish giraf from Småländska höglandet) Sara M Osth
replies: "Now, isn't internet a wonderful thing? I really like to be told how people found their way here, it's always equally fascinating.
And as for my education, I think you're about right: it would take away the fun, for a start, and I don't have the ambitions and talent to make it my living. Besides, this way I can draw whatever I like. But I always appreciate when people like what I'm doing. Thanks again!"
|20 Aug 2005|| Emmelie Nordström|
Well hello! I just found some time to sit down and take it easy, so I thought I would stop by and look at your paintings. And I have one word for you, wow! They are fantastic! Absolutely fantastic! Sara M Osth
replies: "Thank you very much! I'll be back in your gallery every now and then, in order not to miss updates!"
|1 Sep 2005|| Christopher A Malidore|
My apologies for the late visit. Times are rough. With that aside though I wanted to pop by and see what sorts of work you have.
I'm very fond of the water color work, you have a firm control of design and flow - although anatomy in some places gets dodgy. I don't have any set one critique for you any more than just the standard "keep hitting it". I know it's cliche but it's true - the more you keep practicing the more you will refine what you already know. Keep up the good work, I really like what you have
|17 Sep 2005|| Johanna 'Jojjon' Nyberg|
I have stopped by here many times, but I don't think I have ever put a comment here... Hmmm... Well, I really like your style anyway, and I really look forward to see more of your pictures, keep up the good work!
|22 Oct 2005|| Wiik Tavalin|
Well? Sara M Osth
replies: "What? Didn't I tell you? Well, my version of our beloved dandy wasn't considered fantasy. Hence, he was more or less the reason why I now have a gallery at much less userfriendly deviantART. Link in my bio!"
|29 Oct 2006|| Christine|
How wonderful, not just a photo of you but a lovely selection of your art work. How do you manage to do everything, and all of it so well...Christine
|24 Jan 2007|| Patrik|
Just passing by. I was in the neighbourhood, so...
Well, I am in here in a regular basis, but that's not the point... *pulls himself together* Ahem.
I enjoy looking at what you produce and always look forward to what comes up next. Keep it up, Sara.
Woho. I actually pulled myself together and wrote a comment! Sara M Osth
replies: "Thanks. Cookie for you, as always."
|8 Feb 2008|| Cinaed|
Viewing these pictures really brought back memories from older days when i played Cinaed on syskonskapet. Good old memories. Almost so i wish to go back to play again, but other duties calls.
Hope you update more pictures since you seem to have the "gene" for drawing, which i hope will not be wasted. Sara M Osth
replies: "Oh, a ghost from the old days. Glad to see you’re still around. I have to admit I play a lot less frequently at Syskonskapet nowadays, too. This "having a life"-business is really a bad thing. Shev’s married by now. I wish I could say she holds Cinaed in fond memory, but alas... *grins*"
|16 Jan 2012|| Anton Ehn|
Hello Sara! I browsed through your galley yesterday and I saw a lot of pieces that I really enjoyed. I particularly like your sense of anatomy, which is very good, and you also have a good perspective and action in your drawings.
I really adore your Calligraphy and "medieval artwork", they are stunning.
I’d love to learn how you do them!
//Anton Sara M Osth
replies: "Thank you very much! I’m glad some of my old stuff still has its values.
As for the calligraphy, I’ve never been a good calligrapher per se - I’m lefthanded, and too lazy to do it properly, so I mostly copy what I see in a font. As for the illuminations, it’s mostly about patience "
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