|29 Apr 2003|| James p olson|
Omfg!! Y havent u showed me this b4? This is freaking gorgous! What was the emotion? Suzanne G. Moss
replies: "erm. ..thanks. .and sorry. . .I'll post my feelings on it soon"
|1 Jul 2003|| Anonymous|
Only one comment so far? This picture is amazing, like all of your others
I really love how he is outlined in red and orange, like flames. I think I'm going to have to save this on my computer, so I can admire it some more. Suzanne G. Moss
replies: "Thank you very much. I'm glad you like it"
|25 Jul 2003|| S. J. 'Stormy' O'Connor|
Having red as the focal colour always brings to mind anger... but from the the actual image I'd say you're suffering from a lack of freedom
Chained to the ground, able to see the things you want, but unable to reach them... well, that's what I got from it, anyway. Suzanne G. Moss
replies: "Right on Stormy, there is a touch of anger in it too, thanks for stopping by ^^ and some very nice work in your gallery too!"
|11 Aug 2003|| Manuela B. Duczeminska|
Love the colours... This is a very sad picture for me. Maybe because I felt like I was imprisoned for many years, but it makes me wanna cry.
The colour contrast is striking, indicates fierce emotions...
|26 Dec 2003|| Clarity|
I think that the emotion is kind of an abandoned one. You have this angle chained up... he is high enough to hear heaven and yet heaven doesn't hear him, doesn't come to his rescue.
thats just my view of it anyway.
very nice work.
|27 Apr 2004|| Tim Baker|
I think this one really is my favorite, the lines and color combination really works well. You do great work Suzanne
|29 Jun 2004|| Josh pinegar <viperdodge@aol...com>|
Its the greatest picture ever!
|30 Nov 2006|| A passing angel|
wow...this really touched me. its so...moving...so much emotion. this is truly describing my feelings at this point in my life. i know it doesnt mean much, but thanks for posting this drawing.
~A passing Angel