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E.M.C. in ink

Posted on Monday, January 23rd, 2006 under Sketches | No comments

It's early Monday morning; Jodie's laundry is in the wash, the dishes are done and I just happen to be watching an old 1950s classic movie, where (get this!) Angela Lansbury is the sexy and seductive heartthrob and Judy Garland is the sensible and decent hometown girl. Hehe.

Here is a re-drawn (Adobe Illustrator CS2) version of the "Eat More Chicken" piece. I used a 10-point (dynamics dependent on pen pressure) size brush for the accented, bold lines and a 1-point, rounded edge pencil for the thinner lines.

I will work on the coloring during lunch. If you would like to see this as a desktop, let me know.

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