|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!"
|17 Jul 2004|| Kristopher D. Nunes|
Fantastic details. I love the way they reflect on the water, and I love the way you drew and colored the ripples, but didn't color in the water itself. Looks so much classier than if you had. Mahvalous, luv, simply mahvalous. Wicked joke, too. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Noteooo! Two kind comments! *bows bows*Thank you! Water has always been a little wishy washy for me, so I am glad that this one gives the right illusion! Glad you enjoyed the joke as well!"
|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! "