Comments on 'Sea-Lion Elves (2015 AU Not-Wolfriders Contest)'

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Kyna Hansen
New! Entered: 2016-02-12
This has so much going on! Love One-leg's flipper, and seeing Evervale and Brightwood kelp-shaping. Sea Lions are a great aquatic alternative to wolfriding haha. I just love how you fit so many elves in a snapshot of life if they were sea lion riders. Excellent!
Mira Babel
New! Entered: 2016-01-14
Once more a very good example for why I'm always so in love with Hollys Landscapes. Its such a great and vivid scenery. And I like the "cut" or better the perspective, that the picture shows the area as well as the underwater-world.

And.. I would like to go swimming now. But outside, there is no weather for diving in a nice lake. The jump in would end hart on a solid plate of ice....
Laura Melis
New! Entered: 2016-01-14
I really enjoyed the fact that you used so many characters and they all rock!! The Sea-lions are super cool and I can just imagine how fun it would be to swim with them. The water scene below is a real treat and the mountain in the background really illustrates the type of sea-side it is.
Very nice!!
Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2016-01-11
Oh I love everything about this, the art and the idea! Gorgeous job! They could almost have this scene NOW if they were on the shore!!
Joanne P.
New! Entered: 2016-01-09
When I first saw this I was using my tablet and only saw the top half, so my first thought was this isn't really too different from wolves. But then I saw the elves underwater and thought it was really cool. It also made me wonder if the elves had gills, but then I thought that sea lions don't have gills. So then I wondered if the elves would be able to close their nostrils like sea lions and I wanted to zoom into the picture to see if that was the case.

I especially love the plantshapers working on the kelp forest.
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2016-01-07
Look at all those details! The sea-lions are so cute and powerful-looking both, and I love the way you drew the elves swimming under water. Otter seems extra at home down there now XD And the plantshaping of seagrass is beautiful and very clever!
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