|12 Jun 2003|| Etana|
Hmm..he looks grumpy. I never liked Lancelot either.
Besides that, I think it was done wonderfully, you do human detail very well. Keep drawing!
|2 Jul 2003|| Gwen_Pendragon|
If you get a chance to read the unabriged version of Le Morte de Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory, I think you would like it. It's an awesome book...anyway, it was great for you to portay him as a rugged, battle-hardend knight that he was...*bows* thank you!
|30 Jun 2004|| Michaela Tucková|
*self-pitious mode on* This is just sad. Because if piece of art so good, clean and skilfuly drawn, with a story of itīs own, brain nehind it, gets only *two* comments, how could *I* hope in someone commenting my gallery? *self-pitious mode off*
Heīs great. And he *is* pretty, kind of, in some way. I especially love the folds on his tunic?shirt?clothes? (how do you call it in english?) and his hand. And how clean and clear the lines are, despite it *is* shaded. Itīs truly beautiful.
(and because the ladies above didnīt, *quick third comment dance*)
|4 May 2005|| Sarah|
Is this actually what Launcelot looked like? Damn, he was hot!
|16 Feb 2007|| Pipiter|
I really like it because Lance *
* isn't pretty here. Ya, i think OK that Lancelot is not 'beautiful'!
oah, it's great!
|29 Jun 2008|| Aimee|
I like the uncolored version more than the colored. But that’s just me.