19 comments

  1. OMG I LOVE THIS FREAKIN PICTURE! it is awesome!!! Make more!! I want to see more pictures made by you!!!!!!!!! …….WOW!…….:) 🙂

  2. THIS PAINTING IS FREAKIN AWESOME!!! I WANT TO SEE MORE PICTURES FROM YOU!! ALL I HAVE TO SAY IS WOW!!!!!! 🙂 GREAT JOB!!! tHE COLORS IS MY FAVORITE PART….OKAY THIS COMMENT IS PROBABLY TOO LONG SOOOOOOOOO OK……BYE!!!!! 🙂

  3. You, my friend, have an amazing gift. The colors you put in this piece and the reflections of the eye are outstanding. You really outdone yourself. I look forward into seeing more of your amazing ability through art. You have left me speechless. 0u0

  4. I don’t think this is scientifically possible( I admire you for that). If there hadn’t been any multicolored human lacrimal fluid (tears) this painting wouldn’t be as splendid. The iris of the eye is also scientifically impossible ( but I love the colors). I think this is one of my favorite Bulbus oculi portraits. I love that this is scientifically impossible. I love to be risky with my art too.

    Love it

    Alicia

  5. It is scientifically incorrect, I agree with Alicia. If those kind of chemicals got in her eye she would be screaming her guts out in pain. The fluids in her eyes would burn out because of the color pigments and her eyes would burn. she would most likely become blind due to chemical interaction. Also, the rainbow colors would be very hard not to mix, and every color would stain her eye a different degree of red. Her tears would not actually be colored either, because they would be stuck in her eye where the chemicals would stain her eye and not tear up like that.

  6. I LOOOOOVE THIS PICC KEEP IT UP WHO EVER DREW THIS PAINTING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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