|13 Apr 2004|| Pyro|
Omg. This is fantastically fantastic! I wish that i could draw like this. *sigh* o well. Stupid talent. Lol. Keep up the good work. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Aww, thanks! Talent isn't something one is born with, I had to work at it and though it is really frustrating at times, if you keep at it you'll get as good as, or better than me. "
|26 May 2004|| Eve|
I really love the eyes on her! They are so capturing and so innocent. It is hard for me to draw someone with innocent eyes... I'll tell you I have tried and tried.... They always come out a bit jaded.
I'm sure you have heard this a million times by previous commenters but the ear is too low for the face... The detail of the ear is simply amazing tho. I love it! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: I guess the easiest way to make a person look innocent is to give them HUGE eyes and HUGE eyelashes. That would be strange to combine with them holding a bloody head..."What I didn't do anything..." I went to look at this one again, and found out it's on a tour! < I might move the ear up in my photo program one of these days, but it will have to be after I meet my commission deadline, and after my wedding! < Thanks again!"
|22 Jun 2004|| Dan_farnz|
' Aww, thanks! Talent isn't something one is born with, I had to work at it and though it is really frustrating at times' - Artists quote. I dislike being hurtfuly honest but talent in at this level of high standard is something a person is born with. Even though you can indeed better yourself at an inherited talent as you get older. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Well, if you say so, I wasn't all that good when I was little though. < Perhaps talent should be described as stick-to-it- tiveness, because that is what one must do to get good. < Thank you for the sweet comment. "
|4 Aug 2004|| Shoham ŽLeoŽ Charikar|
Whoa, it perfect... you've got yourself a fan right here.
*makes wind* Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note(I'm back from crazy wedding planning!): *LOL* That's funny and sweet at the same time! Thank you! "
|6 Oct 2004|| Marina Sahinovic Havram|
This is beautiful work with pencil! I like it a lot Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Thank you! I'm happy your eyes find it pleasing! "
|9 Dec 2004|| Kelsey Hottman|
very nice, the pencil shading makes the cloak look like a thin wool, so its an excellent effect. No wonder this is in a tour! i wish i could get some pictures in a tour! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: This is in a tour? Wow, I wish I knew when people put my stuff on tours, it seems the only way I find out is if I browse my own gallery or if I get a comment mentioning it! < I like the fact that you mentioned what kind of fabric you think the cloak is, I never really thought about it myself (or I just think "Cotton, the fabric of your life whoo!"). Awesome, thank you for your kind words, and for letting me know I was on a tour!"
|28 Jun 2005|| Ezra Urk the Gurk Fulford|
|3 Aug 2005|| Bobo and Bob|
Bobo: Good pic, awesome ear! And tatoo!
Bob: It's great! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny'S Note: Thanks!"
|18 Aug 2005|| Renata Cavanaugh|
I just adore those eyes. Excellent pencil work! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *bows* Thanks for the compliment, considering you're awesome at pencil work yourself it's a high one indeed! Thanks as well for poking around my gallery, I look forward to you filling your gallery up so I can look at more of your art. "
|25 Jan 2010|| Emily nobody important|
I love the eyes and the design under her eye. Good job on the hood also. I love it. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Thanks again, Emily. I usually have a hard time making cool tattoo designs, so swirls are a favorite of mine. "