|20 Jun 2009|| Brattysweetthing|
Your art is good and I like your name Heart narsisia foxglove Salaman
replies: "thank you for your compliments. I don’t have many visitors to my gallery so I enjoy when people stop by, I’ll check out your’s as well. are you a writer or a "artist" (I think writhing is an art , but could think of no other way to put that =)
|20 Jun 2009|| Elizabeth emma hampton|
You have some nice art. My favorite is the fawn. Oh. And I forgot to day Hi! Heart narsisia foxglove Salaman
replies: "hi right back at you! I did "fawn" as a sort of self portrait. as a mater of fact many of my pictures on here were done with myself as a reference. I will be updating the fawn picture soon, with her face corrected to accommodate for the angle."
|21 Jun 2009|| Tom Draco Noir Taylor|
Hi Heart! really nice pictures- i like the lizard girl, but I just like lizards. And we have a lot of them here in Arizona. Lizards, not lizard girls. At least we are trying to keep that a secret.... Heart narsisia foxglove Salaman
replies: "Thanks for stoping by, I’m glad you like the lizard girl, she was really a quicky, and I’m not to happy with how she came out, I might take some more time to fix her up some day. My grandparents grew up in Arizona, and I’ve only been their once, but I hope to go back and really see it eventually, my great-grandfather was an artist and we have a few of his paintings, some of them also have lizards, how common are they their?"
|22 Jun 2009|| Tom Draco Noir Taylor|
Hi again Heart! we do indeed have a lot of lizards here in the Sonoran desert- the desert iguana, chuckawalla, horned toads, gila monsters, blue tailed lizards and the desert spiny, which is real scaly like a little dragon. We also have burrowing owls, kit foxes, lots of hummingbirds,and the desert tortoise, which is endangered.And we have cougars, one of which occasionally jumps up on our roof and lies in wait for Javalinas! So tell your lizard girl she would have lots of scaly friends here! Heart narsisia foxglove Salaman
replies: "wow! I would love to see some pictures of those lizards, especially the blue tailed one and the "dragonish" one. we get a lot of humming birds over in Washington (the state, not D.C) also, but no cougars... just coyotes. the first time I herd a coyote howel I was scared out of my wits!"
|27 Jun 2009|| Sally Elisabet Kanger|
|25 Aug 2009|| Monique Aurelia Anleu|
cool name I agree with that much but have any of the people who have commented actually looked at your art? no joke according to the dates I have on my notebooks my art in the second grade looked better Heart narsisia foxglove Salaman
replies: "I realize that some people are more gifted than others, but I will keep trying to inprove and I draw for my enjoyment, not others. I am sorry I am not able to look at your fantastic art because I can only find your writing. thank you for your comment Monique. have a nice day."
|9 Oct 2009|| Jay Schwanke|
foxglove, nice page. i agree with your statment that you draw for your own enjoyment. keep drawing, I can’t spell either. lol Oh by the way, monique commented on my stuff too. she wasn’t as rough on me so i was going to be nice... but after seeing how she treats others i think i’ll just ignore her,skip reading her crap, and enjoy the rest of the friendly folks in the "woods"
have a good rest of the day!
|21 Oct 2009|| Jay Schwanke|
You mentioned you are an archer.
Check out www.Longbow-Archers.com.
Some cool, historical stuff in the UK.
|23 Dec 2009|| Thyri Telari|
Thank you for all the nice comments, dear
You have no idea how much you made me feel better =]
|26 Dec 2009|| Reanne Sinclair|
I really like your gallery
Hope you had a merry Christmas and a happy new years!