|20 Jul 2006|| Laurel |
How the heck did she get up there?!
|16 Aug 2006|| Liz mallia|
I know how the little hobbit got up there
Wait for the horse to put its neck down, stand sorta astride the neck and slide down on to his back
|28 Sep 2006|| Anon.|
That's one suggestion. Another way for the hobbit to get up on the horse's back would be to climb up the leg like it's a tree trunk or something. ^_^
By the way, very nice picture.
|21 Nov 2006|| Samantha 'Clementine' Wilder|
Im jealous of your command of colors and texture....Extremely jelous!!!! .... The only picking i am gonna do is say that the head is a little too small for a draft....Beautiful otherwise....Love it
*slinks away muttering "talented people.....Im jealous...Darn it..." to herself*
|5 Jan 2007|| Barbara J. Wickham|
Oh oh. Now you've gone and brought out the horse freak in me. *lol* I love, love, love draft horses and this one is gorgeous. Those highlights on his silken coat are just downright delicious!
Actually, having a Shire in the Shire might be very handy. Just think of all the little hobbit stuff he'd be able to carry with no problem, including a bushel of little'uns on his strong back. Whee! Besides, Shires have bottomless appetites and abundant hair on their feet too so they would be right at home amongst hobbits.
|6 Mar 2007|| David N Darwin Chmelik|
I like all your creatures, even this (real) one. Watercolour + coloured pencil is such fun... Julie Raymond
replies: "Thank you! Watercolor and colored pencil are my favorite materials to work with. Even better together!"
|18 Feb 2009|| Anon.|
So...cute...*cries and misses the shire*
|27 Dec 2009|| Thorn luellen blackheart|
nice but the head is a bit off but all round its a good pic