Apparently I'd been watching a lot of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit." Jessica Rabbit was such a babe, and I knew it. Her sex appeal isn't really coming through here ... haha.
A mama bird warming up a whole bunch of eggs.
When I saw this for the first time in a while, I was pretty impressed with myself for dealing with that whole background. Nowadays you could never get my lazy butt to willingly draw a ton of spectators in the back. Look how that one girls braid is so long it almost touchs the ice, haha :)
I think this is a cute little drawing. I wonder if I was confusing mermaids with ballerinas because of her tiny little bustier top there ;) This drawing pretty much proves I've loved ballet since weeelll before I ever went and tried it (for the first time in COLLEGE!). Love it love it.
This is another impressive drawing because I went all out and developed the background(/foreground) like I would barely be willing to do today. I get paralyzed by the thought of and need for reference, reference, reference. Blech.
Anyways, my faaavorite part of this drawing is that I had to EXTEND THE GROUND up on the right side, to fit a chair! haha! Nothing can stop me from what I want, huh?
Also, is that a sewing machine on the desk/dresser? Foreshadowing. ;)
I'm not even sure if this is by me because it just seems a little different. But I remember thinking that "obviously" the sky had a beginning and an end- thus the line up top, separating the sky from everything else, with the stars moon and... space shuttle!? Awesome.
I also love my spelling, if it is indeed mine.
This drawing is just hilarious when I think, "Maybe at a very young age I was already aware of how I would be constrained to POLITICAL CORRECTness in my future illustration career..." Hahah. I mean, neither of these girls are Asian or black or anything, but I was getting there, I'm sure. ;) Anyways, as a side note- when I was little I was obsessed with pregnancy and "baby bumps" and I'm surprised if I didn't draw more pregnant ladies somewhere.