|3 Nov 2003|| Megan|
Oooo... I read that story. I love the look on her face!
The arm (past the elbow) is a little short in comparison to the rest of her and the hand is also a little small, but otherwise I love this!
Her daughter was called Iphgenia, No? Something along those lines. But I can't spell it. XD
The folds in the dress... *_*
Me likes... Sarah Benita Vernon
replies: "Thanks for commenting... I'm not entirely pleased with the picture, but I'm glad you like it. I agree about her arm... I think all her dimensions are a little off. Might redo it. I think her daughter was... Electra? But there are different texts."
|15 Nov 2003|| Anonymous|
Iphigenia was the one he had to sacrifice, Electra was the other daughter that, with her brother, killed Clytemnestra. Sarah Benita Vernon
replies: "*g* You obviously got a better grade in Ancient Greek Literature than I did... not hard..."
|7 May 2005|| Doyne|
I have to do a monologue of hers to try out for this play that has nothing to do with the story. Nice picture. I really like it.