|1 Jul 2004|| Someone|
B-E-A-UTIFUL!!! It is marvelous picture and I think the background is fine the way it is. It reminds me of a spanish restaurant that I went to, the picture is what I mean. Keep up the good work!!!!!!! ^_- Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you!"
|1 Jul 2004|| Werewolf|
This picture is beautiful. The vibrant colours... The cute looking little thing...The peacock feather wings... The sheer thing itself is beautiful! ^_^ Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you!"
|1 Jul 2004|| Jennifer Doneske|
I got so excited when I saw the title of this piece, because Simurg is the name of a legendary dragon in The Dragon Nimbus series by Irene Radford (consisting of the books "The Glass Dragon," "The Perfect Princess," "The Loneliest Magician," and "The Wizard's Treasure." There is also a prequel series called The Dragon Nimbus History, and a prequel series to *that* series called The Stargods). But Simurg as featured in these books is an evil being, an ancient demon-like dragon that was once worshipped but is now feared and hated (Simurg is that word's version of the devil, basically). I didn't know that Simurg was the name of an actual legendary creature until I read your description (and discovered that this was obviously not based on the Dragon Nimbus series). I don't know if Irene Radford based her Simurg on the actual Simurg of legend, but if she did, I wonder what prompted her to make him an evil dragon synonymous with our devil. Hmmm....
In any event, this is a wonderful piece, and I quite like the colours and the clean, illustrative way you chose to depict him. The scales actually look shimmery, as if they're really catching and reflecting bits of light--wonderful job! Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Interesting. In "real" mythology Simurg is positive, creative force, not destructive one, no matter, dog, or bird, or somethnig else"
|1 Jul 2004|| Reanne N. Domoney|
|1 Jul 2004|| Chex|
it's really pretty but one ? is it based off the bird that knows everything in Xanth? Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "No. It's baced on an "great-grandfather" of that bird, the "oldest", Persian Simurg"
|1 Jul 2004|| Anya ´broom rider´ Kholodova|
Oh how beautiful! Wonderfully decorated, bright, and elegant! Especially I like the creatures head with a little tongue, it's wings and feathers... Oh yes, and the tree! Heh, I love everything about this piece
Absolutely marvelous picture and a feast for the eyes. Congratulations on being a mod's choice!
I like all of your new pictures and I'll be back with more comments as soon as I'll have a bit of free time! (aga, and I have some new updates too Natalie Touretsky (Gerie Aren)
replies: "Thank you! Glad you liked it!"
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