She's a bad one she is.
she looks like a witch, being one myself. she looks so wicked like she's tring to capture your soul in the palm of her hand.
This is really good. Is it just me, or does this remind anyone of the cover of the film 'Firestarter' starring Marguerite Moreau? Just a thought. Really good picture though, Well Done!
but a very nice piece of art, but we do she shoots a hole in har hand??
beautiful she truly is. but i feel as if she's cross-eyed. HER right eye seems perfectly fine but her left is a bit bug-eyed. and maybe if you added her ear and made some cool peirces, it would have added more character. but she's still beautiful and you did a great job on the fore-shortening on the arm. good job.
She looks like a bad one As if she's gonna pull you into her evilness any moment...
damn! i wish i could draw like that, nicely done!!
Hey greg this is your cousin Nate, Mikes son. That is an outstanding piece. Also just wanted to say hi
Wow! It's obvious why she is the soul taker. This picture is amazing. I feel as if she was trying to capture me.
I meant to comment on this when I first saw it weeks ago! It's really a wonderful picture. I love the character; her expression and pose are compelling. However, the most impressive thing is the composition - it's unusual and dynamic - the solid black dress fading into the bottom lends a sort of sense of "growth" from the bottom to top of the picture. Great work all around!
You never know where she's gonna be next. The front door, behind the fridgerator as you close it? Just kiddin', thanks for looking!
I wish I could use pastel like that. I've used a lot of oil pastels with grumtine till my cat wanted to leave the house in horror. Rambling...Thanks again!
And wow. Just look at her eyes! I mean, no wonder her job is to grab souls; she'd have mine in one glance! But seriously, this is wonderful, full of detail and i just love the lines of 'spirit' coming down from each finger tip meeting in the center. This is great. Very Eurokool.
nice job, looks like pastel!
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