|18 Oct 2003|| Erin Elizabeth Phillips|
Hi neighbor! (My gallery is the one before yours.) I really like your opposing personalities 1/3 self portraits.
I'm uploading a 1/4 self portrait (cause it didn't turn out looking as much like me as I wanted) of me as an elf.
Yay! I think you should do a picture that incorporates the dark and the light girl at the same time, like an encounter with each other. hehehe I dunno, I'm talking out of my bum right now.
But your art is looking great so far! Keep up the awesome work! Beth 'vampyrhobbit' Stiner
replies: "Thank you! Actually, I'm planning a series of pictures for those two, plus the other third, most of which have the three together. "
|7 Dec 2003|| Sara Sessler|
Great stuff! Your way with computer shading sure beats the pants off of my lack of skill in such. Keep at it, with enough practice you'll become one of the greats... My art stinks because I have not drawn in a long time =P So don't give up!
|14 Dec 2003|| Stacy|
Heya baby! Your stuff looks great! We miss you lots up here in frigid illinois! Dimensions isn't the same without you!
all our love, stacy Beth 'vampyrhobbit' Stiner
replies: "STACY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for visiting my gallery!"
|26 Apr 2004|| Wolf Tooth|
"Some of my favorite fictional characters are Erik..."
*Shock shock* Erik, the Phatom, is a REAL person! Read the book by the historin/writer Gaston Leroux.
Btw I think your galery is quite charming. Beth 'vampyrhobbit' Stiner
replies: "Leroux is one of my favorite authors. He was NOT a historian; he was a mystery writer and a reporter. The prologue and epilogue in "The Phantom of the Opera" are fiction liberally salted with fact. The best historical research to date points to a man named Eric de Carpentier, cousin to Phillippe and Raoul de Carpentier. Phillippe is better known as Count Phillippe de Chagny. I am a devote phan and "Erik-lover", as the phan's say. I am also deeply interested in history and fact. "
|14 May 2004|| LZ Draegeth|
So where's the final third of the self portrait?
I really like the first two; they are very pretty and graceful, and the contrast between the two is a nice theme. I'm interested to see what the third looks like.
You have a great imagination and it really comes through in your work. Good luck with your academic ambitions, and don't stop working on your art!! Beth 'vampyrhobbit' Stiner
replies: "Thanks! Three is coming!"
|24 Dec 2004|| Ramon Raza Mendoza|
Thanks a lot for commenting my gallerie!
Hey, some nice work here!
(merry xmas to you!)
|4 Jan 2005|| N. Mills|
Thanks for commenting!
You've got a snazzy gallery yourself, I like the comic strip. "KRU Cuts", hehehe I didn't see it coming.
|11 Jun 2005|| Sara M Osth|
Lot of interesting things going on here. I especially like the three-part self portrait; I'd love to see it put together in a triptych of sorts, as the parts balance quite well to each other already.
|26 Jun 2006|| Karaline Z. Everett|
I like your art it has so much potential!!! i love the trinity one
|6 Jan 2007|| Christi-Anna 'Mistress of the Seas' Castonguay|
Your gallery is wonderful!! A very nice array, well done I hope pursue art!!
.... Erik never existed? Tell me more I LOVE History, I memorize fact. where did you find your information? If it's to much to write here, email me, you'll find the address at my gallery.