|13 Jun 2003|| Luke J. Hunter|
WOW on the very creative perspective and coloring!
|13 Jun 2003|| Anna |
Wowow the trees in the background are sooooooooooooo good!
|7 Aug 2003|| Bob you|
This is awesome i can never get a forest to look like that, nice touch with the tree very creepy...Hmmm maybe you could give me a few pointers.. E. L. McFadden
replies: "Thanks! But i'm a terrible teacher, the only advice I can offer is to pick up a good art book on drawing trees. The one I used as a reference for this particular piece was "How to Draw Trees", by Henry C. Pitz. "
|21 Jun 2005|| Anonymous |
Is this the Padfoot, as in the donkey Padfoot, as in that creature that lives in the moors of Scotland?...I love your coloring technique and composition btw.
|16 Nov 2005|| Stephanie "Darkened Lover" S|
|3 Jun 2006|| Jdem|
I like this a lot! has anyone else noticed that the tree trunk that the unicorn is hiding behind, looks like the head and beak of an eagle?
|15 Jun 2006|| Cynthia Conner|
Yeah, I had noticed that too, except it looked more like an dragon, with those roots/horns, and the nostril's further up... OK! Time for me to shuttup and stop being so technical.
I love this picture! There's so much detail, and you can see how the uni's slowly mincing her way down the bank. And good to know that someone can figure out there are SOME myths not originally found in HP.
|20 Jul 2006|| Natalie Adams|
Brrrr *shudder* that legend still gives me the creeps!
|22 Dec 2006|| Kat Clements|
Oh, I love your forest and the uni-anthro! The tree stump that looks like a dragon's head is a nice touch too! Beautiful posing! (Did you do this with colored pencils?)