Monday, July 23, 2007

blue

24 comments:

Mark McDonnell said...

ah . . .love it. Great great great sketch . . .

MAC

andy said...

Great sketch Jenny, really nice mood and lighting :)

Andy J. Latham said...

Great choice of angle! Your style very much reminds me of the golden age of Hollywood. I can imagine this girl getting ready to film.
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Mark Stroud said...

wow! I like.

Okapi Figment William said...

Your girls dont look American. I like that.

pixiegirltink said...

Hi Jenny! She reminds me of those pretty "Gene" dolls I've seen at the FAO Schwarz. I think they were modeled after Gene Tierney. Beautiful sketch - thank you!

Prem said...

hi... was jus blog hopping... kewl sketches u got there... the angle is great...

i dun think i will be able to do it if i tried for 3 years...

Eddie Fitzgerald said...

Nice drawing! I also like "Casting" below! That dog is a winner!

Jenny said...

You lot are too kind! Thanks. : )

Eddie, the original dog(mine) is better than any of my drawings--I owe any entertainment value to him.

Martin Hsu said...

like the gaze...

Vanwall said...

Hollywood never could catch the shadowy attraction of the dark ones - all those blondes, and this kicks all their butts. That sloe-eyed smoky side glance - sublime could be an overused word, but I'll hazard it here, again.

Kristin said...

I've just discovered your work- how whimsical, retro and lovely! I'm hooked. :) Best wishes from a fellow artist and your newest fan.

p.s. Congrats on making it to Paris. C'est une ville tres jolie!

p.p.s. Since you're in LA, please stop by the opening of the LA Myth show @ Meltdown Comics: next Sat. August 11 from 8-11pm. Lots of work by animation industry artists. Should be fun. Check my blog for more details.

Cheers!

Tanner said...

This is beautiful! Then again, all of your sketches of women are. Amazing work Jenny! Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Bruce said...

This is going off topic, but I just wanted to say that your advice, along with Will's and Kevin's, had cheered me up immensely. Oh, and I'm enjoying the Popeye DVD. It's not only amazing, but Im studying it frame by frame to see how the Fleschier's animators had done it. One of the best ways, I say.

LeftyJoe said...

This illo makes me blue, but in a very spacial kinda way. Kudos on your arts, they're all really cool.

Tom Degan's Daily Rant said...

Jenny,
Your artwork is extraordinary...
All the best,
Tom Degan
Goshen, NY

Mr Fabulon said...

Wahou what a fluid Rough...

Krizia said...

She's very pretty and she doesn't know it, huh? :) I'm new to your blog, but I've already gone through all your posts (creepy much? heh). You must be too young to have done work for 101 Dalmations, but your drawings of your dogs remind me very much of Pongo and Perdita!

Marlo Meekins said...

i love yoru comments you are too sweet



are you still at dreamworks jenny!

Missy said...

Wow! Just wow. I love her...and I am a married heterosexual woman!

VishyFishy said...

i really like your lines =D
cool to see it in color too. hope to see more! ^^

rngnt99 said...

Love this one!!!!!! Great expression!!!

Cleve said...

WONDERFUL! Love your work, Jenny.

Cleve

nic said...

How have I not seen these before? Hello! I was just browsing through your blog and I'm in love with this sketch. Really lovely.