|19 Feb 2004|| Emily J. Perkins|
*first comment dance* I WANT ONE I WANT ONE!!! get one for me for my birthday...i want a monster for under my bed... Rebecca R. Reizner
replies: "k, I'll go right out and get one for you."
|1 Mar 2004|| Meike de Nooy|
Really! you want constructive comments, then IU'll try my best: 1. you have great ideas so keep at them! They're original. 2. The wrinkles are fine, just try some deeper shading. 3. Sharpen your pencils more often for sharper edges 4. Layer your colouring to give it a more realistic feel (a slightly lighter or the same colour) to cover the white spots of paper. and 5. If you make a perspective like the bed either draw yourself a point to where the lines run towards or make sure the lines are of equal width and length. So now... this maube sounds really harsh, but that's because I'm trying to do as you asked (give constructive criticism) I do really like this picture! And the idea especially! As long as you have original ideas you can conquer the world! Go for it! Rebecca R. Reizner
|30 Mar 2004|| Aideen Solasta|
Rofl! I love this, so cute. The wrinkles are just fine, what're you talking about! Great idea, hehe. Rebecca R. Reizner
replies: "Thanks! Yeah I loved the idea so I had to get it down but I was slightly lazy on the coloring job."
|20 Jun 2004|| Rachel|
I really like this picture! The monster hand is very cool, and I like the crinkled bed cloth underneath. You also did a great job with the positioning of the girl -- she's not in a position that would be impossible, for example. I also like the pillows. Well done! Oh, and the mouse is cool too.