|18 Jan 2003|| Marie-Claude Côté|
This flower is very pretty! I wonder why it's only the first time you've ben mods choice... POO I think that most of them are sold.. ¬¬
Any ways! Keep up doing these marvelous pictures and keep improving!
|18 Jan 2003|| Storm|
I think this is the best one =) I like your stile, espesually your use of colour. this one reminds me of the lotus flower, love it =)
|18 Jan 2003|| Sophia Hutchings|
These flowers just get better and better! As Lynsey said the detail in the petals is great, and I love the way it glows! I have another question too, did you base these flowers on different elements?
|18 Jan 2003|| Lynsey McGough|
Out of all your flowers I like this one. Mostly for abstract reasons that I cant quite describe but i also like the colours and the detail on the petals
|19 Jan 2003|| Rachael Mayo|
"Squish"? Where are you getting Squish? This is some really dynamic - almost graphic designee - art work. I like the linear additions in the background just as much as the electrical effects in the flower. Too cool. Must... Get... Garden Tools...
|12 Jun 2003|| Anonymous|
Again the pics are very beautiful, but the lines just crap it out
|13 Jun 2003|| Effervesence|
Voom. This flower sizzles with energy! I think i would die if i touched it.. Though it would be a happy death. Its so cool.
|14 Oct 2004|| Tabitha General_Wyvern Ruf|
Such an exquisite space flower. And I do hope a spelled 'exquisite' right.
|22 Jan 2005|| Anonymous|
your flower piece looks like a drawing of Dale Chihuly's Macchia and Seaform pieces. Perhaps you should investigate his work to further these pieces and to draw some inspiration out of them.
|19 Dec 2007|| David "Stellar" Auer|
Stellar. Don't listen to crappy Anonymous; his or her comments are the crap. The lines are right. The flower's radiation interferes with the ship's scanners. Some beauty is beyond the power of machines to rightly apprehend.