|30 Jul 2004|| Pixie|
a novel dreamlike quality to the light
the colour and images
and she has wonderful elfin features
good 3-D , though
somehow the lines
make her look like a dough doll or puppet
|30 Jul 2004|| F. (chimera) hiromitsu|
Hmm, do all female artists have male muses and males have female muses? I, for one, have a male muse and i've seen other female artists with male muses too (when they draw em)... I was just pondering the question. Heehee.
I very much enjoy this picture. Jeff lee johnson
replies: "ha! i never thought about that before but i wonder if you are right? glad you like"
|30 Jul 2004|| Caitlin L. Armstrong|
Awww! It is so sad to think that in two-three years this little fawn will have to run for its life in the fall. But so the world turns in hunting season!!! but really, this is a darling picture, I love the exprestion of the woman, reminds me of how, oh darn, what ever the queen of the fairies name is in A Midsummurs night dream. Hippo or somthing like that. Jeff lee johnson
replies: "hey caitlin, thanks for stopping by. i guess we all become part of the food chain at some point, eh?"
|24 Sep 2004|| Monica Baker|
Ah, I can't tell you how much I love this! Yes, it would be completely perfect as a children's book illustration! The style and colors are wonderful Jeff lee johnson
replies: "thanks very much monica!"
|10 Jul 2005|| Anonymous|
I've got to say, great picture beautiful colors and the fawn is drawn to perfection but something in the shadows of her face the the red-eyed bunny in the backgroud makes the pic seem a little sinister. If this would be for a childs book i'd thin the author would be Neil Gaiman
|27 Oct 2005|| Anonymous|
Oh my GOD!!!!!!!!!
It's the rabbit from Monty Python and the Holy Grail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
|24 Nov 2005|| Anon.|
I like it as well, but it looks like Joan Crawford! LOL!
|9 Aug 2006|| Heidi Hecht|
This would be awesome for a children's book. It's cute.
|4 Sep 2007|| Heather van Stolk|
I love this! It's so childish and mischievous! The bunny looks like it's going togo for my throat though... must find my Holy Hand-Grenade of Antioch. And heed the warnings of Tim the Enchanter.
Monty-Python snarkiness aside, this is truly delightful.