Monday, March 21, 2011

Aya's book headed to Claudia


The remaining full pages in Aya's book. A pencil drawing of Ginger (Aya's pup), some silly blobby doodle creatures in ink and watercolor, and some more folded-up naked ladies (this time it's Aya, from her 365-photo project). I swear, I won't fill anyone else's mole up with nakedness (unless you want!); I just know Aya is ok with it, and figure I should sneak some in now!

Also: hereby promising to ship on time from now on.


14 comments:

ballookey said...

I really like all three of these and they're each so different! The portrait of Ginger is really sweet and I LOVE those crazy characters.

For the record, I'm totally cool with nudity and foul language and whatever the heck someone wants to put in my book. In fact, I have a sketch of a lavishly illustrated F-word that I'd love to do in someone's book, so if anyone's OK with that, let me know.

mollypeck said...

Oh, I would love an ornate F-word in my book! Can I call dibs? Also-- excellent to know that your mole can be NSFW! Thank you, also! Bit of a departure for me (the blobby creatures); very fun to try.

ballookey said...

Molly's got dibs on the F-word!

Andrea said...

That drawing of Ginger is lovely! Nice job Molly.

merrytait said...

You can put naked ladies in my moles, folded up or not.

I love these--that puppy is great! All very interested, good, fun!! :-D

merrytait said...

The blobby people are really cool and fun--reminds me a little of Steve's splotch monsters.

henniemavis said...

These are great. I recognized Ginger immediately, tho I didn't know who drew her until I saw your tag. I am still getting used to the fabulous styles of the Round 3 artists!

I'm cool with nudity also (used to be a figure model myself, but for drawing/painting only... not photography). But rats, you won't get my book unless you hang out for Round 4. Do an extra nude for Ballookey then, on my behalf, HA!

mollypeck said...

Thanks everyone! Ginger has such a sweet face. Henniemavis-- I was a figure model as well, back in school. Easily the most physically demanding work I have ever done (standing still, who knew?)!

Aya Rosen said...

I'm so impressed! it's beautiful. We had a shoot with feathers today and all admired the colors of peacock feathers, the colors in those reminds me of the feathers.

I bragged about the Ginger portrait to everyone at the shelter where we got her from, and they were all so impressed (and jealous!) and Ned mom loved it so much she couldn't stop talking about it!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I can see why! It is really fantastic!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

I used to work as an artists' and photographers' model when I was younger--it is hard work.

roma said...

I'm cool, too, with whatever goes into my book, and that goes for everyone here. I figure art is art. You can't always control what comes out and I don't want you to.

These are all great. I love the detail juxtaposed with more muted parts. Just great.

Mike Kline said...

Stealing Ballookey's for the record:

For the record, I'm totally cool with nudity, but foul language doesn't do anything for me. However, whatever the heck (art) someone wants to put in my book is fine.

henniemavis said...

from what I've seen, I'm pretty sure Ballookey can make even the foulest of words into beautiful imagery :-)