|4 Apr 2008|| Désirée Dippenaar|
Wow, this is so beautiful! A very well-deserved mod’s choice! I like how she looks not quite human and not quite tree, just like it is described in the books. And her face expression is great! I love her long fingers too, so much like branches.
|15 Jun 2008|| Adriel photoshopnut goset|
you need to do the willow version of this!
|6 Sep 2008|| Sarah Charles|
I am adding this to a tour. I hope you don’t mind!
|1 Dec 2008|| Nadine ´unicornis´ Thome|
wow that looks very great!
|11 Dec 2008|| Anon.|
I really like this picture! I think it is definitely the best dryad on Elfwood!
|13 Dec 2008|| E.J.|
Now see? Why couldn’t they have sone some Awesomeness Like This in the Prince Caspian movie?! Instead they just stole the hourns from LotR, but not as cool, and had them flinging their roots about. Lazies...on the whole movie really....*phbbbt*
But yeah, This is Definitely & Absolutely Brilliant! It’d be cool to see it in colour too! WOO! Muffins for you! ^_^ *Skips away scattering muffins in all directions*
|14 Jan 2009|| Hera|
I’m agreeing about the laziness of the P.C. people. That was stinky. BUT I LOVE THISS!!!!!
|13 Mar 2011|| Anon.|
Hi! I love this drawing. I represent a Live Action Roleplay in Massachusetts. We are writing a new game where players can be Dryads. Would you be alright with us posting this picture in our rulebook for artwork? We will place your name at the bottom of the piece if you would like.
Please respond here. I don’t have a sign in for this forum, but am looking forward to hearing from you.,
|25 Oct 2012|| Lily Firiel Archer|
Yes, this is a dryad... a "treeish woman," not a petal-ghost. You can’t imagine the things which passed for dryads in the movie being married to children of Frank and Helen.