|25 Jul 2000|| Jeremy Clay Fowler-Lindemulder|
Good subtle perspecitve. I like the color too.
|26 Jul 2000|| Laura Freeman|
Am I correct in assuming that the lower right corner is the incomplete part? In my humble opinion, I think I like the pencil better than the computer coloring. It gives it a different look than just the same old photoshop, and a more classic, spooky look, at that. Perhaps I'm just a traditionalist, but I'd like to see it uncolored as well.
|27 Jul 2000|| Ali Solenarian Van Dam|
ok - at some point in the future, I'll try to put an uncoloured version up
|2 Dec 2000|| Rebecca|
IF you aren't already, you should be a writer and an artist!
|4 Mar 2001|| Dante|
I do indeed love the scenery and wind blowing gently in her hair. Most brillant. Overall I love the color and the shadowing. Indeed, most amazing
|8 Oct 2001|| RagnarokFenrir|
It looks cool, but that blue guy kinda distracts...you know what i mean, cuz i don't heh....keep up the good work!
|13 May 2002|| Nicole|
This is a beautiful work. I really like the detail on the sky. Frankly, I want this.
|26 Dec 2002|| Brieanne|
You know, I'd leave it like it is, unfinished. It looks really good like that, in my opinion.
|17 Oct 2004|| Anne M. Campbell|
The light work with the moon is excellent...and overall the mood is wonderful....
The only really jarring details are that the roof in the foreground is unfinished, and the guy in the robe looks more like a random swath of blue that you hadn't defined yet--I had to look several times (and read and reread both your comments and everyone else's) to actually identify what it was...
I do agree with other folks that this would have looked just as good as a flat-out pencil work--the shading on the unfinished sections is right on.
I think that over all, it came out excellently--the only suggestion I might have made was in order to make her hair more flowing and translucent, would be to dry the oil paint layer and then detail in the hair using the air-brush tools, therefor allowing a little more hint of the backround behind her...unlike the actual mediums, you can get away with layering them like that...as long as you dry each medium first...
Hope that made sense...
|9 Jun 2006|| Eternal Exile|
My mother warned me about girls like her.
They only want one thing ...
Great pic, creepy story.