Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Illustration Friday: Glamour

"Victorian Glamour". Exclusively for this week's Illustration Friday.

19 comments:

garth bruner said...

Very glamourous. Nice illo!

Wilnara said...

Great Illustration! She is very glamourous indeed and so is that couch!

Cindy said...

Very nice. I like the subtle shading/hilights and that glamorous upholstery!

miragee said...

Your figures are always so glamourous!

Twisselman said...

Haven't visited your blog since the IF "Small" illustration, which is a shame on my part... You really have very nice illustrations here. Your glamour piece here is so very cool. Nice colors and patterns and a great interpretation of the theme. Cool. Peace.

Square One said...

Love your style. Colors are glamourous, too!

Sara said...

I think this is your best one yet. You could be a illustrator/designer in a heartbeat. Go for it!!

Niko said...

Woww it's so nice i love it, good illo

cindyford said...

This is absolutely wonderful!!

Anonymous said...

I just discovered your site. Lots of talent here!! I like the style and colors you use.
Nice work.
-Skeeter

Mustashrik said...

very sleek and sexy ;)

flossy-p said...

I also just dicovered your site, fantastic illustrations! I couldn't help but notice your love of red shoes.

I also love the necklace in your illo this week, let me know if you start making them!

Suzy said...

This is gorgeous. SO gorgeous. Why you aren't working as an illustrator is beyond me. Have you attempted to get an agent or put some postcards out there to find work? I bet you could find work in an instant. You are very talented.

lukewarmluxe said...

all of your illustrations are very glamourous! she reminds me of eva longoria, who is quite glam herself.

Duncan said...

Great illustration, lovely detail on the sofa, very glam. Face really well done.

Jessica Wong said...

Thank you all for commenting on my illustration. I'm certainly overwhelmed! It took my quite some time on the victorian sofa until I'm actually satisfied with it. I don't particularly love red shoes (I don't own a pair, yet!), but somehow it creates a warmth combined with the colour palette I'm using.

ONESICKINDIVIDUAL said...

sweet illo. the women you draw are both beautiful and unique. diggin your style.

Brandi said...

Wow, that coach is frieken fantastic. Do you work in Adobe Illustrator? This is my first year learning that program and if you did that coach in that program, that seriously must have taken you some time. Great piece! Brandi

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