|15 Dec 2000|| Shara E Donohue|
....the stones....the dragon....the night.the motion...the shading....... wow. Excellent and beautiful.
|14 Feb 2001|| Laraine|
great lighting. Very effective lights. I think I like the water and stones more than the subjects. The dragon looks a bit.... um .. stiff or something. Oh well, It's beautiful anyways. I like the lights. Where do they come from?
|13 Mar 2001|| Deborah L. R. Dixon|
wonderful illustration. I love the old fairy tales, and this does have a bit of that feel to it. The colors are beautifully luminous.
|6 May 2001|| Lexus|
Ouch! I hope the dragon will not die from this little "toothpick"...
|11 Feb 2002|| The mooey one|
Great expression on the dragons face....... And i like the little rainbow behind his snout!
|10 Dec 2002|| Renae A. Froman|
This is probably my favorite of all your gallery. I think it has the best use of color and mood. *pins blue ribbon on piccy* William A. Clayton
replies: "*Sniff*, me first Blue Ribbon, me mum would be proud! Thank you very much, I enjoy your enjoyment!"
|26 Apr 2003|| Liiga Smilshkalne|
Ahhh I love the rock and the water, they actually look what they're supposed to look like! As for the dragon though... How could you be so cruel to the poor creature?? *snff* William A. Clayton
replies: "hah, well, as to that, the dragon WAS attempting to eat the fellow, so, perhaps I was cruel to imagine such a thing in the first place. Guess its just as well I never wrote the book. There is responsability in Art, after all. Glad you like the basic work, anyway. "
|7 May 2003|| Rebecca Mellor|
A certain change from your candy-coloured airships and dreams, this is deeper, darker and your colour scheme reflects this. I love the idea behind it. It may seem cruel, but I've seen a lot worse on television!
The waterfall is fantastic and i love the reflections of the fire off the rocky wall.
Any progress on the writing of this story? William A. Clayton
replies: "Not all dragons are fun and frollicy, and this knight chose not to be a happy meal for this young dragon. As for the writing of it, no, I have moved on to other tales, though I have found an old photograph of another in the series, and may post it someday."
|25 May 2003|| Melissa Desiree Graf|
It's gorgeous! It reminds me of a colour version of those detailed woodcuts you see in old children's fairytale books! ^_^ *happy happy* The colours are particularly effective, and unlike some people who work with extremes of light (the dragons fire and then the dark cave), you've got it all right and looking like it has depth... *envious*
But I digress... what was it I was going to do? Oh yes. *worships William* ^_~ William A. Clayton
replies: "Oh, my. Well, I am humbled by your praise, and glad to have made you happy happy, indeed, though that worshipy thingy might be a bit much. But my thanks, at any rate, for your good words."
|28 Jul 2003|| John Teall|
Our dragons don't stay slayen, but then neither do we. and the labrynths of our minds ever reveal new vistas before us. this by far the real treasure, more then any gems or precious metals that might be found lying arround.
.../\... William A. Clayton
replies: "John, every moment with you is a poem, a song, a spell. Be blessed, and may your life always lead you to the magic within and without...."
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