|7 Feb 2004|| Piritta Elise Sillankorva|
This is really sweet pic, you've captured the emotion so well... Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Thank you! I am glad the emotion came through. "
|8 Feb 2004|| Tess |
Giggle:: I like that joke. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Noteo do I. I just couldn't resist putting it up even though it is so long! "
|13 Feb 2004|| Allison Kathleen Whitby|
What a sweet, charming picture! I like your spotty creature-people. Oh, and that joke is great...One of the best shaggy-dog stories I've heard in a long time. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note:Glad you enjoyed the picture and the joke!"
|16 Feb 2004|| Tessa T.|
Are they supposed to be frog people? Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: I guess they could be, I just wanted to do something different. "
|19 Mar 2004|| Kellie Buchanan|
*squees* Sooooo cute! Made me grin when I saw it, and the title fits perfectly. The girl's hair is georgous, but I think my favorite part of this piece are the expressions. I love the band of freckles on the girl's face too. Not quite sure what I think of the sparkly things, but even they aren't bad! Keep up the good work! *scampers off to add inane awestruck ramblings to other pieces* Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Aww, thank you Kellie! I guess the sparkles are water drops glinting in the sun, and the spots/freckles were fun. "
|22 Mar 2004|| Anonymous|
What are they?!?!?! Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: My goodness, you have a hard time reading descriptions and comments don't you? The answers you seek are there. <"
|4 Apr 2004|| Steve (Greybird) Reed|
Mer-cheetahs? Now, that's intriguing ... The matter-of-fact emotion is delightful here, and not very often seen in such fantasy portraits. Everything works here except, in part, those spots (especially his). Perhaps if they had a bit firmer definition around the edges, it'd be easier to see them as coloring of their skins, rather than from your pencil. A minor quibble, though. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: I thought I had replied to this one, but I guess I just read it a lot and replied to it only in my head! I don't think of them as mer-cheetahs, that would be an intersting concept, but I don't think cheetahs like water( now tigers, on the other hand..). I think that some of the original color of the skin was not picked up by the scanner *peers at picture* I keep forgetting how much I like this one. <Thanks for another fine comment!"
|3 Aug 2005|| Star Wars freak|
Good pic! But, why do they have chicken pox? Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: I was thinking more toad/frog like kind of skin rather than chicken pox.... "
|22 Oct 2005|| Anonymous|
I think she is saying "Don't worry the itching only last for a week or so, It's the extreme hormones you have to watch out for" Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Now there is a story! Itching from what? Extreme Hormones from what? Transformation?"
|23 Jan 2010|| Monique Aurelia Anleu|
very nice, you do beautiful hair Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "*bows* Thank you, Monique! Hair is one of my favorite things to work on, though at times all the lines make my hand want to fall off after I am done! "