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Offline ayame28

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Updated web site :D
« on: February 25, 2004, 09:20:01 pm »
I redesigned my website. It's simpler and should load faster. Enjoy! '<img'>
Anthropomorphic art with emotion and heart.

Offline Kada-Ru

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Updated web site :D
« Reply #1 on: February 26, 2004, 01:15:03 am »
I love the ease of maneuverability! (sp? )

Great art and even though I am jealous of how much artwork you are pumping out, keep up the good work and don't stop!! (LOL)

Offline Wtcher

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Updated web site :D
« Reply #2 on: April 14, 2004, 04:49:03 am »
Very pretty website. '<img'> It looks like you put a lot of work into it! I really like your colour scheme, it's soft and neutral without being too bright or boring (ie. white) or a focus-suck (ie. black). It helps bring your thumbnails out and makes your text and other bits easy to read and see. The site is simple, seems fast (hard to judge now that I actually have broadband) and is fairly clean.

I did notice a couple of errors while I was browsing through your galleries, however:

Broken link:
Column 3, row 3 (thumbnail) (portrait)

Mismatched thumbnail:
Column 1, row 1 (thumbnail) (portrait)

Mismatched thumbnail:
Column 2, row 3 (thumbnail) (portrait)

I also suggest underlining the "Arrow" in the navigation thingy (newest-oldest links) in order to inform the viewer of where they are. "visited links" only works until the viewers have visited a bunch... all in all, navigation seems more convenient now. I miss your search function, 'though. Another suggestion would be to pad the text blocks (ie. with a little space on the left and right so they're not right up against the borders.

I love your artwork and drawing style, by the way.

Oh, faint memory trickles, that is all; like a stream that rustles forgotten leaves and lost paths.