|15 Feb 2004|| Vlasis Theodossopoulos|
Try a colour version with background.I think this image worth it. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: If I did a color version I would definately do something about those feet! I wonder how to pronounce your name!"
|6 Mar 2004|| Vlasis Theodossopoulos|
by the way i can't belive that i see this image again Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Ah, I see, your last name is first on your artist signature. So it's pretty much said the way it looks. I am glad you like the picture enough to comment on it again! "
|19 Mar 2004|| Christine N. Colvin 'Zombie Queen'|
Actually, her stomach is fine. I have plenty of friends that are built like that: all leg, short torso. It’s all good! The colored picture is really nice. I like how soft it is. Pastel filter? I have an lady in my gallery that wields and inordinately large and unwieldy axe. Every artist needs one of those . . . lol. Anyway, great job! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Thanks for the comment! I have a friend like that as well, we are the same size, except when I try a dress of hers I'll need to lengthen the torso and shorten the skirt to make it fit right! I didn't use any filters on the colored picture, just the airbrush tool, it seems to work the best for colors and all that. Someone should make a list of "Things Every Elfwood Artist Needs In Their Gallery". Lessee, Scantily Clad Warrior Woman Hefting Big Weapon, Scantily Clad Fairy Sitting on a Mushroom or Flower...Scantily Clad Warrior Man..."
|19 Mar 2004|| Anonymous|
You should of made a longer stomach Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: I do tend to make short torsoed ladies, with the looonnng legs. Maybe it's a bit of a manga influence? <"
|29 Dec 2004|| Rose|
|20 Feb 2006|| Mim|
She's half-dwarf, I'll wager... The high heels remind me of Birgitte Silverbow from the Wheel of Time Series, I don't understand how they don't break an ankle wearing those! Excellent pic Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *Laughs* They probably break them several times during their training. I think I read two books of that series then got confused because there are so many books and I forgot which ones I'd read. I can never find the whole series at any one library."
|30 Jul 2006|| Ben from the REAL middleearth|
Very nice..altho in the black and white one she has a nice chiselled jaw and its turned smooth in the colour version...jus somethin to look out for Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *looks* Oooh, I didn't notice that myself, and I also see he forgot her hair tie. oopsie. < I think I was distracted by the impressi ve coloring of the axe. Thanks for popping in and pointing that out!"
|7 Sep 2006|| John|
hehe that axe is huge! she must be the strongest woman in the world but when i saw the boots- i thought of a song these boots are made for walking- Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Hah,I love that song! And she has to be strong indeed! I bet that a smaller axe would be better, more manuverable for small quick slashes"
|24 Oct 2006|| Trust me, you don't know me|
I love the sketch! But I donno about the colored version. I think it lost its realistic look in the colored one. But no worries! Both of them are still fantabulous! Keep up the great work! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: That is an interesting comment, I always figured that coloring it made things more realistic. Thanks for the thought!"
|6 Aug 2009|| Jared Shinryu Hand|
wow I really like the outfit design. and good detail on the axe