|10 Mar 2008|| Ali "Frodo" Joseph|
Go BONNIE! Great details and poses!
|16 Mar 2008|| Cheryl Nekomata Hylin|
Marvelous face on the sabretooth! I love how your anatomical skills are improving with each drawing, great work! I’d really love to see the story(s) behind all of these. Samuel E Martens
replies: "This is an illustration depicting an episode in a story I started writing in between my first and second drafts of the main story I’d been trying to write. I get enough good feedback that I should think about working this scene in. Maybe a third draft is in order. If you were serious about helping me in any way, I’d like to send you the first chapter. I’ve tried twice to illustrate scenes in this chapter. Neither is any good. My e-mail address is Samuel.firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail me if you are truly interested in this job, the chapter is a little over 5 pages long.
P.S. I don’t know how well hypertext transfers through Elfwood’s Comment Harvester.
|11 May 2008|| Jade Stevens|
Its a really great looking action scene! For some reason I get the impression when I first look at it that the leg of Bonnie’s that’s in a kneeling position is in front of the one that’s raised, even though it isn’t. Maybe some more shading on the kneeling leg would help? Samuel E Martens
replies: "I know. There’s some real perspective problems on this one but I’ve not really been able to put finger on it. Thanks for the suggestions."
|30 Jul 2008|| Alyssa Eldredge|
Aww, kitty! *tries to pet the saber tooth cat*
*gets arm bitten off*
Oww. . .
But seriously, I LOVE the kitty.
|27 Oct 2008|| Jess E Owen|
Great dynamic pose for the cat. At this point I’d bet my money on him
I like that the woman has such strong legs.
|8 Jun 2010|| Anon.|
this picture isnt quite right.... there werent guns when there were saber tooth tigers
|14 Nov 2010|| Emma May Richardson|
Nice, I love saber tooth cats, but don’t see enough of them. Excellent pose.
|12 Jun 2011|| Jamie Kelm|
Fantastic pose and angle in this one. Very nice.
|20 Aug 2011|| Rae Elizabeth Baker|
Nice detail! Love the shading Samuel E Martens
replies: "This was one of my earlier works, 2005 I think. There are some serious problems with perspective but people seem to like it."