|26 Apr 2006|| Anonymous|
|25 Aug 2006|| David|
REEPICHEEP ROCKS!!!!!!!!! oh how i love his cute furryniss but,
if you said that to his face he would probible kill you.
|13 Sep 2006|| Nevermore|
I love the centaur, though i normally imagined it a bit more greek.
and reepicheep is great!
|17 Mar 2007|| Corrine Hunsher|
Oh! Prince Caspian! I loved that one, too. My favorite ones though are defintely "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" and "The Last Battle". Amazng picture! Love the coloring! <3
|26 Jul 2007|| Greg German|
Excellent composition. A very dramatic sense of color usage that highlights the action. And besides all that, the subject matter is so cool that it is hard not to fall in love with this.
|7 Sep 2007|| Jayde|
I hate to be critical, but in VDT, doesn’t Lewis say that Reep is black? I could be wrong, just wanted to point it out. Love the picture anyway, though..Caspian’s smile is reminiscent of someone’s I know, but I can’t think whom. These are soooooooo beautiful.. Dawn D Davidson
replies: "Uh-oh, you might be right. I think he is black, actually. You are the first person to catch that! Woops!"
|24 Mar 2008|| Désirée Dippenaar|
Yay for Reepicheep! ^^ I like the lighting of this picture, and the bright colours. I just finished reading "Prince Caspian" for the third time and I think this is very suitable as a title picture! And I’m sure Reepicheep would feel very honoured to have received a space on the cover~
|8 Aug 2008|| Sarah Charles|
Oh my gosh! I was wondering who the artist was behind this! I’ve seen this many, many times! I love it! Dawn D Davidson
replies: "Have you? Mind my asking where? (It was originally created for the hollywoodjesus website, but I see various of my pieces from thence popping up in people’s forum banners and the like. It tickles me.)"
|15 Aug 2008|| Sarah Charles|
I saw it on hollywoodjesus, I think. It comes up in google searches sometimes.
|25 Sep 2009|| Nicua Ryver Smit|
just a lil something I noticed - caspian was a telmarine, he wouldn’t be blonde? anyway, great pic! Dawn D Davidson
replies: "In the film, the Telmarines are dark-haired and obviously Spanish in origin, but this was an invention of the filmmakers (not a bad one, either - it makes things interesting). In the book, Caspian is blond, and the Telmarines have no specific land of origin (we just know they were originally pirates).