|13 Jul 2006|| Ryan|
Hmm... interesting concept...
And what was the idea of suggesting I use the worm for my messenger display pic, huh?? Keeping the butterfly to yourself...
It looked nice... but did the butterfly not have eyes on purpose?
And you know... the left side of the picture seemed a bit... I dunno... different... from the right... I mean the books sort of go with the worm, but the 'bookbutterfly' seems to stand out a little... shouldn't it blend in more with its natural habitat? I don't know... maybe I'm nitpicking... sorry... SiehYean Kiew
replies: " No worries... you can pick all the nits you like. Constructive criticism is always welcome...But yeah, you're probably right... I don't really have the patience to do backgrounds like some of these amazing people here... which would kinda explain the lack of books on the right. Plus the fact that I sort of wanted the butterfly to look free...
And as to your messenger display pic, I only thought that well, the butterfly's a girl, you know... the bookworm's a guy, and naturally i thought it would suit you better'n the butterfly. But then again, i could be mistaken, of course... feel free to use the butterfly if you want to... ;P"
|13 Jul 2006|| Anne Wipf|
I think you really read too much : take a break !
Very nice and funny. Good work. SiehYean Kiew
replies: "Thanks! I'm on holiday now, though... and I haven't really read much since the hols began... have I? -let's see now... four-and-a-half Sharon Shinn books, one Asimov novel... one chick lit novel, to please my sister... O.o whoops... maybe I HAVE been reading a lot, after all..."
|13 Jul 2006|| Anonymous|
I think you are completely right! Definitely! Besides - your pic is quiet good!!!
PS: Your "bookworm" reminds me of Harry Potter. Okay, that might be because I'm ... yes, I'm obsessed with him - ahehehe ... ^_^' SiehYean Kiew
replies: "heheheh... Glad that someone else agrees with me too... and yeah, it did start out looking like Daniel Radcliffe - unintentionally, of course... but my pen slipped while doing the details, so the likeness is kinda diminished now... "
|14 Jul 2006|| Ken~|
Lolz... yea...your worm does remind of Harry Potter..haha
And why does the butterfly seem like she's tryin to seduce the worm?...
hmm...some sorta manifestation of the subconscious mind..? =P
really like the wings...
it's really nice...very detailed...and very...erm..absorbing? SiehYean Kiew
replies: "hmm...? Oh. Well... I thought she'd be sort of, you know... flaunting her freedom... kind of like blowing a kiss to the worm or something - just to rub it in, you know... the "get-a-life" kind of message? But I guess seduction works just as well... especially since the worm just looks so totally clueless... *grins*"
|16 Dec 2006|| Rickard KJ Fornstedt|
Wow, that's a beautiful picture! Nice wings. SiehYean Kiew
replies: "Thanks! I'm glad you like it; i think the wings are the best part of the picture... thanks for dropping by and have a nice day!"
|14 Feb 2007|| Sdixon|
*laughter* cool! Bookbutterfly does indeed sound nicer! I really like how you draw your faeries
|15 Jan 2008|| Guess.........|
Bookbutterfly. Now THAT’s the answer to all accusations of studying too much! Not feeling quite so free or winsome as that at the moment though with exams coming up- how are you getting along with yours? xx SiehYean Kiew
replies: "Not brilliantly... I keep getting distracted - mostly by the stock of chocolate sitting in my room. I hear it calling to me... *"eat me... EAT ME..." and lung cancer sure has a hard time drowning it out! XP"
|19 Jul 2010|| Jeanette M Thomas|
(Chuckle) The bookworm resembles Harry Potter, though Hermione would be more apt. Red-haired book butterfly could be Ginny Weasley. I know the HP series has "Animagus - Animagai" which can transform to animals. What would be the word for a Magus able to transform to an insect?? Oh what a trail I’m going down, all due to your delightful picture.