|4 Nov 2001|| Daniel F. Danborg|
Where is his kimono? Must be very uncomfortable to be naked right under the armour.
Great picture man.
|21 Jan 2002|| Mary Payton|
Hey, just thought of a good title for this one. How about "Hello...Goodbye" Love the pic, by the way.
|7 Feb 2002|| Chad|
How about Gosami. In memory of the game we once shared. Sean C. Riley
replies: "Holy crap, Chad?! How did I miss this comment for two freakin' years?! For those reading this, Chad was the guy that first got me interested in Legend of the Five Rings. Fans of my samurai-themed art owe it all to him. "
|4 Mar 2002|| Shen Long Yamazaki|
Sir, This peice is excellent one of the best I've seen great work.
|1 Jul 2002|| Lyndell Stout|
There are no issues here...just excellence
|17 Jul 2002|| Yoav Luft|
The arm and the Yumi looks amazing, but something looks wrong with his head, like it's too big, especialy on his right.
|25 Oct 2002|| Bayushi Hanzo BayushiHanzo@aol...co|
I don't think Tsuruchi himself could look more focused before a shot. Beautifully done, and the string for the yumi was almost invisible (or I need to put my contacts back in), a wonderful touch. Sean C. Riley
replies: "Well, I wish I could claim that was a deliberate touch. That was more the result of a bad scan. But, um...yeah, er, I mean...of course it was deliberate! So says my beautiful wife, Morgan Fairchild! "
|8 Nov 2005|| Paul|
Erm nice forshorting i like it but maybe you should do more? Sean C. Riley
replies: "Hm? More what? More foreshortening in this picture? More foreshortening in general? More archers? More samurai? More art? More doughnuts? Mmmm...doooooughnuts..."
|9 Jan 2006|| Paul|
i was think maybe more.. maybe a backround could help this picture? and yesd id definatley like to see more foreshortening in general.
Foreshortening is supposed to be one of the hardest things to do in art and i think u do it very well.
|9 Mar 2006|| Isawa Nazomitsu|
Excellent artwork! Slap a background behind this guy and you've got a ready to go L5R card.