Comments on 'Lacewing & Owl share a meal (with Wren, RTH 1666) (2012 Random Ancestors Contest)'
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New! Entered: 2013-12-07
|Very nice scene here. And I love the body types and gracefulness you caught in their movements.|
You colors are great as always, but I love your directors eye for a 'shot' the most in your works.
New! Entered: 2013-02-15
|I just love all the interaction here. :) I agree, Lacewing seems almost like she's thanking Owl for something -- this makes me think that maybe he just used his healing powers and is resting from the exertion, so Lacewing brought something nice to share to eat. :) Or it could just be a slice-of-life moment and a regular meal! Whatever the case, this picture tells a story I'd love to see written sometime. <3 I agree, Owl's open, relaxed and friendly manner seems at odds with how he's most notoriously remembered from the plague. It's really nice and cute to see! ^_^ I love how Wren just bites down on that piece of meat, and I totally have to agree that Lacewing is very graceful here. The way her silky hair falls straight to the ground whenever it can makes me instantly recognize her as the character as well. :)|
New! Entered: 2012-12-25
|Lovely work here -- like others have already said, I really enjoyed how relaxed and everyday this piece feels, when we generally think of Owl with some measure of dread...|
New! Entered: 2012-12-21
|How can I not be bias with this :P It's Newt's mommy. One thought I had was... maybe Newt has a lot of his open mindedness from his mom. She looks so happy to share here. Just caring and enjoying it. It kinda makes me realize how little I know about Newt's parents aside from their way to deal with their grief. |
Anyway I just love the overall welcoming and friendly tone of the picture. Owl looks great I love the strong and prominent features (especially his nose) and hie greatful and warm of a person he looks. It's good to see him like this I think. He did fall into disgrace, yes, but this is a neat reminder of him as a natural. Wren also looks very cute here. part of the tribe.
Also just really love how Lacewing's hair falls here. Just ... very welcoming picture. I can't help but smile looking at it :)
New! Entered: 2012-12-17
|I agree - it's good to see Owl in this kind of everyday moment, where he's a welcome member of the tribe, and a friend to others. Lacewing's seeming eagerness here makes me almost wonder if she's thanking him for something. :)|
New! Entered: 2012-12-06
|I really like, in this, how friendly and grateful Owl looks, and how eager to share Lacewing is -- it nicely encapsulates how Owl fit into the tribe before the Plague. You can look at him here and see him as a loving grandfather.|
New! Entered: 2012-12-04
|Owl's face is the most striking here. It draws the eye. Love the bold nose and his wise, calm look. One cannot believe what happened with him when looking at him in this scene.|
New! Entered: 2012-11-27
|Such a nice setting. The colors and scenery are amazing as well as the subjects. Great body language as the painting tells it's own story.|
New! Entered: 2012-11-04
|I really like how elegant Lacewing comes off here, and Wren looks like she's caught mid-send, looks like she was carrying a conversation through the meal! Even in something as simple and social as sharing a meal, Owl looks intense and focused.|
New! Entered: 2012-11-03
|A nice slice-of-life scene here. The three of them look so happy and relaxed! I like the effect you've done on the background here!|
New! Entered: 2012-11-02
|What a nice scene - I really like how relaxed and familiar with each other they all look. Also, the background is very nice, especially how the green stripes hint at trees.|