|28 Oct 2008|| Amalie Marie Gravelle|
I can’t believe you did that with a ballpoint pen?
This is awasome, both the motive and your talent
Now I’m even more glad you left your comments in my gallery so that I got to see this, it’s really inspiring! Christine m sloan
replies: "awww your so nice thank you Amalie i’m really glad you liked it *hugs you*"
|1 Nov 2008|| Rie BN|
wow..this must have taken forever (the water i mean) but it looks really cool...and I love the "perspective" in it (if you can say that
) not to mention the creature who despite his wild look has a rahter cute look to him..but maybe that just me heh!! good work Christine m sloan
replies: "he’s a cutie alright, see that is what i was going for loveable......heehee, thanks for the comment!"
|12 Feb 2009|| Linn Vennerholm|
wow this is amazing, and me, the little coward, can barley look at it!! too scary!!
|19 Feb 2009|| Kitty B. Russell|
I like how the background is very busy because it helps emphasise the danger of the picture...I mean, would the scene be really set-up and picturesque in the wild? And it’s really surprising to see how many people use ball point pens as successful mediums in art! Well done!
|19 Feb 2009|| Victoria rachel angelone|
that is one scary sea drake
|17 Mar 2009|| Ella of Frell|
Wow... that’s all i have to say..
|2 Apr 2009|| MT Starkey|
Awesome pic. I really like the detail in the scales. The flow of the waves look great as well.
|11 Apr 2009|| Astrid lian|
very cool, deatails and position looks really nice!
|9 Jan 2010|| Jimmy Gustafsson|
This one is an epic drawing! lots of details too.
|15 Jan 2010|| Natalie Adams|
omfg, wow. what an incredibly picture!!!! the tossing waves are so perfect, really savage!