Friday, September 05, 2008

sketch redux













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An old page(15 months old to be precise)-one of my early cintiq mass doodles.
Really, I have to break in the home cintiq properly. It's got some bugs to be worked out, but this weekend--watch out. I mean, truly: duck.

15 comments:

Tony DiStefano said...

Really beautiful flowing lines you craft your art with Jenny.And thanks for the Blackwing blog especially the Fred Moore work.Theres a feeling or influence of his work in yours.

Alex said...

So seeing the girl in the plaid shirt, on the left, makes me want to see "Porco Rosso" again.

I like your girls taste in clothing, kinda 40's ish. Thanks.

Scotland Barnes said...

Wow. Lovely work. Really amazing control of the line.

Vanwall said...

You've got a certain distinctive energy I really like in even your plainest of lines. Jenny energy, I guess I'd call it - nobody else has anything quite like it. And now here's a whole page full of it!

crylic said...

Great stuff, Jenny. Love that sitting girl.

Emily said...

Inspiring :)

Jenny said...

Thanks you guys, so much!

Jeff Durham said...

Really terrific drawings, very elegant!

Bob said...

You're on FI-YAH!

B.

Lovelace said...

Great page! So much loverlyness.

Kali Fontecchio said...

Such lovely butt gestures! I want to be all the girls you draw, haha. LOVE the big trousers, looooooove.

Jenny Lerew said...

Haha--"Butt gestures"?! That's perfect! : D

You'd def work the big oants of the 30s, Kali(you are tall, no?)! I think there's a lot of that "playwear" on display in films like "Stage Door" and the other Ginger Rogers films of the mid 30s. Great fashion.

Eric Scales said...

Simply incredible stuff.

Pat McMicheal said...

I just love these drawings! I like the little swirl for an elbow ( girl in front middle). It must be a blast drawing on that Cintiq.

david gemmill said...

these are really awesome. I love the flared sailor pants!