Friday, August 10, 2007


















slip of a girl.

28 comments:

Matt Ferguson said...

Wow, what a great drawing. Beautifully designed and understated. Thanks for sharing.

Scott Wright said...

Gorgeous!

Jenny said...

Thanks, Matt and Scott.

I did this last night on an HP laptop/tablet using Alias Sketchbook, which is still strange to me as I spend all my drawing time using PS on this here Wacom thing...I really like the HP tablet and Alais' program--the feel and line quuality makes a drawing like this easy.

Or I might just be imagining it! ; ) That whole "new tool" thing.

DODY said...

Terrific .

Lee-Roy said...

Wow! Beautiful lines!

Federico Cascinelli said...

very nice!!!

Douglas Cootey said...

A new favorite. Simply graceful.

Douglas Cootey
The Splintered Mind

Diego said...

Nice, elegant drawing. I love the way you depicted the "derriƩre" of this lady. However, the hand lines need a bit of adjustment/cleanup, since they lack the same fluid lines of the rest of the drawing. Good work!!!

Jenny said...

haah! A crit! Thank you, Diego, for the thumbs up and the caveat, too. ; )

Actually I started by drawing the fingers, and then went down from the shoulders, then finally did the body from the head down. You're right, the fingers are unfinished but I liked the sugestive way they came out, and when I do these Alias Sketchbook things I tend to just let what happens happen and post whatever the doodle turns out like with no corrections-for better or worse. On the Cintiq I'm more apt to fiddle around, but usually just start over if I dislike something or don't post it at all.
And then sometimes I want to delete some posts after the fact, but that would be cheating.
Eh, I delete them anyway occasionally if they bug me too much!

Chris Battle said...

Beautiful simplicity..... nice one!

Vanwall said...

Wow! That HP injection is good for you! Love the fluidity in the lines of her neck and shoulders - to say nothing of the rest!

Krizia said...

i like her. she looks like she would make a good icon.

Tim said...

Actually, I like her fingers. They look fidgety, and in motion. It belies her otherwise calm and fluid exterior... especially since she's hiding them behind her.

Patrick said...

Very nice Jenny ,now you can also work for Vogue

ryan said...

reminds me of shane glines/lynne naylor, which is a good thing.

Kevin Langley said...

Beautiful curves and a nice pose.

Okapi Figment William said...

Hot.

Katie said...

Beautiful!!! Those hands are amazing!

Jenny said...

Awww-thanks, you guys!
And Katie, you make me blush! A compliment from you is extra special--thanks! : )

Ale said...

this drawing goes to the top of my favourites :)

heeyoung said...

so well drawn,
simple and loose, but strong.

thank you for sharing

SHANE PRIGMORE said...

GORGEOUS JENNY!! and hey we posted some Gilroy frames on our blogs.

Alina Chau said...

Lovely elegant drawing!

Bob said...

Amazing, Jenny!

Hope all is well in your life!

Your buddy,

Bob L.

Jenny said...

Aw, shucks, you guys! Thanks!

BOB! How the heck are you?
Everything's pretty swell. Get me on the horn and I'll fill you in. : )

Alex said...

Just stumbled across your blog. I just love your style. Thanks for sharing.

Kali Fontecchio said...

Pretty! All your girls look sophisticated (and not dirty!)

Neil said...

Simply nicely rendered -- eye catching note number of commentes