|9 Oct 2007|| Shelz Keast|
Heck, the three non hiden elves were hard enough to find. It is a very beautiful forrest, no wonder the evles make it their abode. Dave Cripps
replies: "The hidden ones are not up in the branches. A theory which was put forward by a certain person..
Yep a nice peaceful forest and that is the way it stays with the Elves patrolling."
|25 Oct 2007|| Samuel E Martens|
I like the way you create images. You didn’t draw this first did you? Would this be considered an impressionist technique? Dave Cripps
replies: "Sometimes a detailed sketch underneath can help. But i think this was a rough sketch with paint to begin with. I s'pose it would be Impresssionist, looks better at a distance up close just looks like random brush strokes."
|27 Dec 2007|| Stephanie S. K. Marbach|
Oooh gee hell, now i see them!!!!!!!!!!! Very impressive... I love how you can hide these guys in your woods so well
!!! Dave Cripps
replies: "If they were hidden properly you wouldn't see them. Although that would have been just a woodland picture... ah good job they were there really."
|10 Feb 2008|| Ashley M. Irwin|
*runs around trying to catch one with exceptionaly long pointy ears* Dave Cripps
replies: "You have to find them first "
|11 Jun 2008|| Jason robert bates|
Kinda reminds me of the time I got lost in the woods, except then the shadowy figures were just a few foxes, deer, and this really strange looking figure that I couldnt get a look at. The foxes were cute though. To bad I found my way out Dave Cripps
replies: "You get foxes and deers I get some crazy guy talking about parachutes. But then again I wasn’t lost."
|2 Oct 2008|| David Yeh|
nice painting, looks just perfect Dave Cripps
Perfik just Perfik... now who said that??"
|5 Jan 2009|| Diane Grandamelf Reed|
Now this is a painting that captures my imagination! Dave Cripps
replies: "LOL the art of hiding the figures is an er... art "
|8 Apr 2009|| Chey is amazing Unicorns|
I can see them. Dave Cripps
replies: "*THUD THUD THUD*
Didn’t see those ones though "
|3 Jul 2009|| Yoni Danziger|
Loved the way you’ve hidden the elves in the forest…it’s very beautiful. What is the size of the original piece? Dave Cripps
replies: "I think it’s about A3 sized or just a little smaller. It’s a standard pad of painting paper size anyway."
|17 Jun 2010|| Michael pixiepie john|
lovely forest scene
all the depth and shades . .
i love trees
cant see elves yet maybe they stopped being visible just now
i check again later