Edmund. . . what a butt. . . Am I seeing some symbolism in their colors. . .
(Sun Jan 1 18:52:44 2006)
ugh, how I dislike Edmund...yeah, I can pretty much see the colour symbolism as well, though I don't know if he was meant to wear the grey and the green on purpose...
...but it certainly does make sense
(Mon Jan 2 00:32:02 2006)
Actually, I have to say that Edmund is one of my favorite literary characters, mainly for his redemptive nature.
(Sat Mar 11 23:10:16 2006)
I LOVE EDMUND. HE WAS A BIT OF AN ASS IN THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDWROBE, BUT AFTER THAT HE'S SO AWESOME. I LIKE HOW YOU DREW HIM.
(Mon Oct 30 20:41:33 2006)
I love this drawing. It suits him, and the sock - I LOVE the sock. What a great detail.
(Thu Mar 1 15:24:12 2007)
This picture was done well.Everyone's style of drawing is very unique. (Trust me I know) My two brothers and I grew up drawing together and even when I was five I could see our styles and how different we all drew. We would draw or even trace the same drawings at that age and none of our drawings looked like the next. I have come to enjoy my style of drawing. (Advice)Never ever give up your style and try to develope a different one. (It won't work!) good-job