Blog of scratchboard wildlife artist Heather Ward.
Comments about new and upcoming work,
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Congratulations on your fine blog !
Very well-deserved! Congratulations Heather!
I'm so glad for you, well deserved.
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Wow - your art is so beautiful! They look like photos! I am very envious because I couldn't draw a decent stick figure with a compass and a ruler. Congrat on being a "blog of note"; you deserve it!
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Hello first time checking out your blog. Your art is amazing!!! Come check out mine if you'd like.
"Wow what a wonderful art blog you have here and I also give Thanks to Blogs of Note to sharing this blog of yours...otherwise I would of never known about your blog.I love at how you were able to create such a beautiful Humpback Whale with its first breath with momma, and your Yawning Lion is great too, for that matter all of your wild life art is simply wonderful.Come on over to check out my blog when you have the chance to do so, I could surely use some feedback at how I am doing with my stuff which of course isn't anything as good as yours though. Thanks.
I just love your work and am so glad I was introduced to it...
Thanks! I'll check out as many of these blogs as I can.
Popping in from Blogs of Note, congrats btw!Even more congratulations for your amazing work! I fiddled with drawing as a teenager, but didn't think I had the talent to warrant putting much more time in it and it's the one art I truly regret not being any good at!I'm a marine biologist who got into the field precisely because of those blubbery creatures you portray in these previous posts so... LOVE THEM! They look perfect to me!Do you base on a photo of some kind or from memory? Have you ever seen them live? I saw a couple bubble feeding off the coast of Boston, but dream of a much closer experience someday in Hawaii... I'll be hanging around if you don't mind (read stalking/following) to enjoy whatever else your fingers care to share with us! :o)cheers!
Cris, thanks for the compliment on First Breath. I've never seen them first-hand, though I wish I could. I did go on a whale-watch once off the coast of Maine, but I got so seasick I didn't get more than a passing glimpse of a whale's back.
ouch! seasickness... I recommend a decent dose of dramamine for next time! ;o)What little I saw makes a little rumbling in the stomach all worth while! And to think there's better to be seen... someday!
I'd like to try it again someday. We'll see how the dramamine works!
Hey there,I was drawn to your blog because of the blogs of note award you got. I am impressed with your artistic work. Very cool. My son is starting SCAD in the fall and will be studying sequential art. I run a couple of blogs myself and would love to some day get the same honor. If you would like to check them out they are at An Alternate Truth and Friendly Herb Gardening Help. I look forward to your feedback.Thanks and keep up the great work!Brian
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Thank you, Brian. I sure could use some help with my herbs, I'll check out your blog!Thank you, Fernando. You have some beautiful photos on your site.
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