|28 Jan 2003|| Amara|
*swoons and falls off chair* OHMIGOD! So lush!!! I cant use oils, only water colour. *Sighs and sings 'You are are very lucky, lucky,lucky ,lucky. Runs away in embarrasment* Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *bows* Oils aren't all that hard to use, just practice. "
|5 Feb 2003|| Chaos|
His body is a bit disproportionate, but for all I know, you might not have been using human proportions, so I don't think anyone can comment on it until you say what sort of proportions you were using. Overall, it's an incredible painting! Kudos to you on your painting skills! I couldn't paint a good picture to save my life, but at least I can draw well ^-^ Gotta be thankful for what you get! And, once again, good job!!!- Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Well, I was trying for Wendy Pini proportions, the long, tall, super-skinny yet muscular type. "
|20 May 2003|| Skybreak|
Good job! It really looks like an Elfquest elf! In my opinion, he looks like a mixture between Mender and Strongbow. Keep up the good work! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Yeah, I had a crush on both those elves...< Thanks for the comment!"
|17 Sep 2003|| Saskia de Korte|
Yup yup! See?! I was right! You DO know ElfQuest! ^^ YAY!!! Yeah, I know a Wolfrider when I see one. I think he has more of a Strongbow guy! ^^ Keep it up! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Yes you are right. I really liked Strongbow, but I have never put up any of my fan art of him in the fanart gallery (where Mender and Nightfall reside). I actually had a story to go with this one but I forgot most of it, he is a lower ranking elf in his society. He is a guide to rich snobby elves who want to see the untamed parts of the jungle. That is about all I remember, maybe he was a third son to a snobby elf and wasn't expecting to get any inheritence so he went off and did his own thing. "
|24 Dec 2003|| Ah-CHOO|
Like the effect the oils had on the greenery around seeley. Very organic and nice. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Thanks! It always seems easier to do trees and greenery in paints, and on a black background. I need to get some black gesso so I can stop having to paint the canvas black and wait for a few months for it to completly dry so I can paint on it!"
|9 Feb 2004|| Lilangel|
Agrees with shadow
he does look like a elf virson of tarzan^^; (in a good way of course) Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: AIIIEEEEEEIIIIEEE! *SPLAT!* No, that was my face meeting the keyboard because ofthe sneaky beast called sleep, not the elf smacking into a tree! <"
|16 Aug 2004|| Heather A. Baszynski|
He can come and save me anytime! I love the colors of his skin & and highlighting is very detailed. His muscles are very perfected. The background is great and I never would of thought of using purple of all colors and it looks awesome! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Hi again Heather! Thank you for your kind words, and yes purple is one of the best colors for shading ( along with blue and some greens). It's amazing what colors you can use that you would have never thought of using, it was a lady at a convention that let me in on the seceret of the strange colors. "
|3 Aug 2005|| Star Wars freak|
No, he should be George of the Jungle! Watch out for that tree! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *SPLAT!*"
|12 Aug 2005|| Dani girl|
OOOOO and elf in a loincloth..WOOT WOOT.....haha sorry i had to do it...love the painting love the elf..LOVE UR WORK...^^.. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: *laughs* If he didn't get that response at least once I think he would have been disappointed! "
|30 Mar 2009|| Jeanette M Thomas|
Gorgeous. With the purple background, my eyes keep thinking I should see him surrounded by grape vines - A sort of Dionysus - but He had a panther skin. Still seems like an elf of nature’s bounty.