|28 Sep 1999|| Alejandro Perez Muñoz|
Wow!! This pic is great, although I don´t understand the comments.
|2 Oct 1999|| Debra A. Adams|
This one is totally cool, Anders (nice name!) Thank you for
visiting my gallery and taking the time to comment.And no
I wont be adding any weapons! *grins*
|7 Oct 1999|| Debra A. Adams|
P.S. Since you made the comment about my mermaid wearing a
hat...I've changed my mind and decided to add
weapons after all...big HUGE ones!
|12 Oct 1999|| Andrea Axelsson|
oohh... *crying a bit while listning at "Who want's to live forever"* (Just LOVE that song!!) Well, I'm getting to the point now...
Bryce? It seems so to me... =) This is a wonderful picture! That tree in the background looks very natural, as well as the stones! The fog is a great thing too... It makes it so emotionell! That text you've writen there is so wonderful.. And sad... As I said... Who want's to live forever?
|22 Oct 1999|| John Farrer|
i like the stones, look very realistic, texture's something like granite the fog;s just rolling in. good picture allround.
|17 Nov 1999|| John Teall|
i like the feeling this one has
|13 Jan 2000|| PeterM|
Woah, most fitting name! This is really cool! Reminds me of Ultima Ascension!!!
|28 Oct 2000|| Huma|
Wow man i cant believe that you arent a desinger for some gaming company
|12 Feb 2001|| Kat 'Feline One' Critchley|
Very nice atmosphere, it doesn't seem underwater, more autumnal, a cold near-winter day lost in fog. That sort of thing. And the tree is a nice touch. However the "henge" at the front is MUCH too square and perfect for its style. Even when such constructions where new they had chipped edges and rough rounded corners. Aside from that perhaps a touch less detail in the tree - it appears dead, and dead ancient trees usually have fewer twigs and more thick splayed branches.