Yet another Dr Mrs for yuh. What, did yuh think I was kidding when I said that three-pack-a-day voice is drop dead sexy to me? Please...you folks know me better than that. Ok, ok....ample cleavage and an exposed midriff doesn't hurt the cause either.
"Exposed midriff"? Really?!? Why do I suddenly sound like a high school principal quoting a 1970s era dress code?
Yet another sketch by way of Bruce Timm, this time of Mary Jane Watson. I've never been a particularly huge fan of Spider-Man or any of it's animated variants, but this little piece caught my eye....if anything, because Timm manages to make cheesecake nudes look sensual without being overly gaudy.
Just a couple of recent pieces that, at least in my opinion, look better in black and white than they ever will in technicolor. Yeah yeah, ok, you got me...sometimes I just gotta show off my inkin' skills, pitiful as they may be. Well, that and I've had a thing for Vampirella since like 1970-something. Now if only I can find a decent sketch of Lady Death.
Is it just me or does anyone else feel violated when some huge company sends you a birthday card? Granted, it's a cutesie marketing ploy that does get your attention (as it was intended), but I haven't actually been a customer of this particular insurance company for over half a decade. Birthdays are supposed to be a special, private occassion...a personal holiday in and of itself. What's next, "It's a Boy! Good time to think about upgrading that passenger protection coverage, huh?"
Speaking of insurance violations....this time last year I completed the Flo and Erin Esurance piece, but I was also working on a second one by the same artist. Various things were going on which forced me to push it to the back burner, but upon receiving said indemnification card I decided to finish it. Maybe Mr Opportunity should think about upgrading his collision coverage...rear end accidents happen all the time.