|4 Apr 2004|| Steve (Greybird) Reed|
Now, THAT is a friggin' proper Muse, I'd say. Ready to wrestle with the words and put 'em to work. And I've kept staring at this, with pleasure, but I can't find anything wrong with that left arm of his. It, again, is a wrestler's build. ... The wings are refined and smoothly feathered, and it fits with being a Muse, slipping into one's brain without disturbing what's being thought. Oh, and about time a Muse was male, as well. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: Yeah, put them muscles to work! I think I left a before and after of the wrist as well as the ink/color. I guess it is fixed now. I was thinking fur before you mentioned the feathers, and I remembered that some feathers do look like fur. You can't fly very far with them, but they'll keep you warm! I guess that the male muses don't get much time in the spotlight because most people like drawing females better. <"
|4 Apr 2004|| Sofia Carvalho|
Oh wow. Amazing. REALLY. I love the B&W sketch, but the picture looks SO beautiful colored. Really, I have no more words left to praise you. Your choice of colors is excellent, and the coloring itself is... perfect.
Damn it, I'm out of words.
Oh, by the way, my studies go well, thanks very much for asking. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: " Jenny's Note:*waves* Thanks Sofia! I like to put two versions together, it's amazing how much color can change something! I am working on a couple more right now, when my ticket block is up in a few days I'll post them. That'll give you a bit more time to come up with some more words. "
|4 Apr 2004|| Fabio Dakkar Gruppioni|
|11 May 2004|| Sofia Carvalho|
Oh, that's alright, my english teacher made the same mistake, she kept spelling my name with ph even though I told her it was with an f, and the same happened with my french teacher. So don't worry about it.
Sorry about posting again but I didn't want you to feel bad or anything so I had to respond. I hope you don't mind.
On a side note, I've just gotten a livejournal, which I have no idea how to work with, but I'll get the hand of it hopefully.
One question: are you on Elftown? Sorry for being so extremely out of topic here, I promise I'm gonna go comment on your other pictures to make up for my behaviour. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note: There are so many different spellings for some names, take "Brian" for instance, it could be "Bryan". I've had folks spell my name as "Jenni" ( Hmm, change the "y" to an "i" and add and "es"...). I don't mind any of your posts. Live Journals are pretty interesting, and, once you figure out how they work, easy to use. I got one so I could post on the Elfwood message boards. I discovered that they have a round-about, frustrating way of letting you start a thread on message boards. Supposedly I am on Elftown somewhere but I forgot my password. Hey, pop by my Live Journal ( it should be listed on my Elfwood front page) and leave me a message so that I know your username for there. "
|27 Aug 2004|| Heather A. Baszynski|
beautful work.. the gold tones are perfecto!!! So creamy and dreamy.. he's cute but sexy.. nice mix.
and good biceps lol drools. Very good at it too. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note(catchin' up on comments!):From your awesome comment I can see I have succeeded in my goal! Thank you! "
|18 Nov 2004|| Anonymous|
His wings look sorta.. furry.. rather then feathery. Good work all the same, though. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note:Thanks! It's a new style (furry wings), seen in Manga/anime a lot, it's pretty interesting. It's easier to draw, hail likes me better than feathers. <"
|30 Dec 2004|| C. Jared Henderson|
Ummm....the arm didn't look weird to me, and I wouldn't have looked twice (at it specifically, anyway...) were it not for the comment(s) about its strangeness; I should say I'm short, though, so proportioned a tad differently. Maybe.
Also didn't think anything odd of the wings either; I was always under the impression that those of his ilk only had wings 'cause we put 'em there...but I'm weird.
Again, beautiful work...and I have to agree that the colored version is, well, more defined at least. Jenny M. Heidewald
replies: "Jenny's Note:Hi Jared! I thought I had replied to this?*scratches head* maybe I missed it in my last round of replying to comments. I think you are right about wings, since we haven't actually seen anyone with wings how can we know what is right and what isn't ("Science and looking at the way other critters would work"). Thanks for the lovely comment!"
|20 Feb 2006|| Maim|
|13 Sep 2008|| Melissa "Bee" Stephan|
Great work, he’s beautifully done. I love the quill pen and the wings.
|11 Jun 2012|| Jenny M. Heidewald|
Spammers, I am glad you think that I get so much traffic that you must spam this picture with your ads.
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