|28 Sep 2003|| Anna Christine Riley|
It looks like a mosaic. Very cool, and probably painstaking! William A. Clayton
replies: "Thank you Anna, well, yes, it did take a bit of time to do. Fun though.."
|28 Sep 2003|| Chantel J. Shaw|
Oh wow! How beautiful! I love the colors and the textures and everything about it! Good job! William A. Clayton
replies: "I am grateful for your appreciation, Chantel...."
|16 Oct 2003|| Gypsy Harper|
I don't know anything about Mayans and Aztecs, so I won't write a dissertation on that.
But I love this picture! It's so unusual and what it really reminds me of is a painting on a cave wall. The texture is amazing! Your work just really blows me away! William A. Clayton
replies: "You are quite a commenter, good harper. I am most glad you enjoy my work..."
|21 Nov 2003|| Lori E. White|
AHH!! Where was I when you got his Moderator's choice!! *cries because she never got to comment soon enough* I love the dragon thingy! ^_^ He looks wicked. *grins* And the whole pic has a really nice atmosphere to it! *thumbs up* William A. Clayton
replies: "And pardon me, dear Lori, for missing this comment of yours for so long. Thank you for your continued visits!"
|31 Mar 2004|| Megs 'Gothic Tigress' Lune|
Wow, wish I had the patience to draw something like that. How long did it take exactly...or maybe you don't remember. Anyways...not being a huge brain on Mayans and Aztecs...are those traditional colors, or were they just plucked from mid air?
Luverly job! William A. Clayton
replies: "My thanks, Megs, for the nice comments. Hmmm, I worked on it for a couple months, as memory serves(what were we talking about?-heh), and the colors of the land itself are close enough, the figures garb is based on a painting by another artist(whose name sadly escapes me) I saw ages ago, of an aztec warrior, though the colors are mine own on him."
|22 Sep 2004|| Soledad chavez|
Hey i just love your pic about the plumed serpent. I think that it just cool how you don it. I think , being of Aztec Indian ancestry myself, that i can just see him as the legend some time depicts him to be. I really think you did a very good job on this picture. William A. Clayton
replies: "My thanks, Soledad, for the good review. I can think of no higher praise than from those of Meso-American Ancestry."
|4 Dec 2007|| Justin A 'Merlion Emrys' Williams|
The sheer size of the being depicted here is really pretty scary...I can’t help but be reminded of my conception of Leviathan.
The swirling indistinct background is, I think, a good fit for such an archtypal supernatural being. It could represent many serpentine entities, and I think thats a good thing. William A. Clayton
replies: "Thanks, Justin. Of course, with your M. E. nickname, you should be in a unique position to appreciate dragons and plumed serpents."
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|7 Mar 2008|| Monica|
We have the original plumed serpent and an entire series of your originals here in Oregon. We would love to share them with you, remember Michael and monica from Cardiff. Contact us comment back . Lots of Love so good to see your work out in the world William A. Clayton
replies: "Monica, my dear! I would like very much to write to you, so I hope you read this, or the note elsewhere. You have to leave your e-mail or write to me at mine provided on the gallery page for me to be able to reach you. Magical joy! "
|19 Dec 2008|| Jazzmin Athdaraxen Porzio|
O.O Wow. I love how HUMUNGOUS Qutezalcoatl...its awesome! And the colors are amazing! William A. Clayton
replies: "Jazzmin that is very kind... My thanks.."