|29 May 2010|| Chelsea L Pennelly|
|30 May 2010|| Rebecca Dale Pillans|
good use of shading there really draws u in! Rasha Al Najjar
replies: "Heheh thank you so much, I was very proud of this at the time"
|3 Jun 2010|| Robert worth nuckels|
Hey, Rasha . I’m making my daily rounds with my FAVORITES......today, this one caught my eye. I love the style, the way you breath LIFE into photoshop. His stance is priceless, & the way he brandishes the paintbrush, with a kind of Don Quixote flourish. THUMBS UP !!! If yaget a chance,(if you haven’t already) please check out my new addition: AMERICAN COUNTER-MYSTERY OF THE AZTECS. Rasha Al Najjar
replies: "Thanks so much! I had planned on doing more of these and did ink out an Eraser one but I sort of abandoned it.
I’ll definitely take a look, it’s strange I never got an email update from your page, I usually do, it’s Aztecs, one of my favourite ancient people! How could I say no?"
|6 Jun 2010|| Mona Marie Germain|
I love the energy in this piece. His proud stance and gleam on the face says alot about the character. The shading and colour choice is magnetic. The style of clothing and the way it curls feels fun and gives the impression he is a free spirit. The concept of the paintbrush tied to character is so unique. I love it! Rasha Al Najjar
replies: "Aw thank you very much! As a character he is pretty free, although he’s mostly running away all the time, I just thought the paintbrush would go well with him because I only ever use it rarely and it has the potential to be very good but also very messy, which suited him"
|15 Dec 2010|| Dallas a Frohlich|
This picture says to me HERE I COME TO PAINT THE DAY! Rasha Al Najjar
replies: "Lmao! Yeah most probably hahaha"
|28 Apr 2012|| Katherine Fernandes|
it would be really hard for him to find gloves that fit!