|6 Oct 2002|| |
I love it! For some reason, I find Demon playing a guatiar funny. XD
Anyways, Nice artwork! ^^
::first comment dances into oblivion::
|8 Oct 2002|| Andrea Diane Rubenstein|
I love the way that this one came out. You really know how to use lines to your advantage, and I love the guitar (and how the demon-guy looks while playing it). Reminds me of a Slayer concert. ^^
|9 Oct 2002|| Justin P. Lynch|
This is awesome i love the fast scribbled look and the way the lines curv and fly off here and there. This deffinately reminds my of thrash metal. Youve capture sphychotic sounds in a visual form! C. Clayton
replies: "...Let's just keep that our little secret ok ?"
|11 Nov 2003|| Clayton Tait|
A fan of heavy metal are you? Well that makes two of us, if you are! But damn you, you stole my idea! Well sort of. Hopefully I will have an orc in mullet screaming out at a heavy metal concert, somewhat Hetfeildish C. Clayton
replies: "lol... let me know when that posts! Oh, and yes much to my wifes displeasure I do love my metal. (Oh, and this one DOES have a relatively high level of "EVIL")."
|21 Nov 2004|| Arienette|
Very death metal. Fun. C. Clayton
replies: "Many necrotic, harmonious and/or melodic thanx to thee... please come again, be welcome and do leave more comments, C"
|19 Jan 2005|| Bucko|
eek. Now mouse impersonations?
|15 Jun 2005|| Anne-Marie S. Lemieux|
Holy shizzle...the energy of this sketch is vibrant. It's amazing. C. Clayton
replies: "Thanx! I have always liked the "Artsy" qualities of this one but was surprised to see that it of all pieces was the one to receive a comment... and this one does have a bit of what I call "Emotional content"(or as you called it Energy). Thanx for droppin' by and also for taking the time to drop me a line, C"
|15 Dec 2005|| Anne .Inkeri.Anu Hänninen|
Love the movement in this picture!
*Listens hard to hear the music..Ohhhhh!* C. Clayton
replies: "Thank you for all your comments and complements."
|12 Apr 2006|| Blackbirdie136|
Wow.... jagged and chaotic, but it evokes emotion in the viewer.... Definately a success. I like how the demon has a bit of an aura; the body lines aren't confined, so his essential "demon-ness" leaks out and is part of his surroundings, not just himself. C. Clayton
replies: "A thoughtful bird you are... "