|27 Jan 2000|| Erdspark|
I love the careless/carefree way he lets the pages go... also reflected in his hair ib the breeze. I was also taken by the shadow of the tree with Zef's shadow... is it just a dark patch of earth, or is one shadow reaching towards the other...?
|19 Dec 2000|| Andy Willis|
I visited the other day and now I`ve come back, because your images settled in my imagination. This one`s so sparse and weird, like an Edward Gorey or those old pictures from cautionary nursery rhymes that terrified me when I was a kid. Wonderful, different and purely graphic. Love Andy.
|11 Mar 2001|| Neal M. Swain|
*giggles* Oh, this one is amusing enough to bypass the typical pain I feel when someone damages books.... *grins* He has such a light-hearted air about him as he tromps along.... *squints at the background* It's all very pretty, but you might want something in the vast whiteness to keep things moving. *hmms* Or perhaps not.
|18 Mar 2001|| Karin __Dandelion__ Arquette|
This picture has a perfect title. It looks stunning (stares a bit more..) and the shadowing is great too.
|9 Apr 2002|| Julia Barnes|
Weeeee! I love the movement and the feeling of wild abandon!! I'd be happy to see this as an illustration in a book. you good!
|2 Feb 2004|| Adair Moncur|
I love the backround forest. Reminds me of Tim Burton, kinda sorta.