Comics, Illustration, & Animation, by George Pfromm II
All work copyright George Pfromm II 2013 unless otherwise noted
Okay...I'm gonna gush here.So apologies in advance.I think your work is dang brilliant.okay...carry on.paul
I wishes I had a copy of the published GP sketchbooks..C
Is it just me, or are all your chicks getting a more sensitive approach?
i'd say there is something going on, but i'd like to know what you think is more sensitive. i'm making an effort to draw more modern girls. not so tex avery forties or fifties looking.i think its a good thing.-g
I don't know. Sometimes, while the doe-eyes seem sexy (perhaps vulnerable and so human?), they also seem to have personality. . . you know, with male faces all sorts of lines can be added for character, and yet, the female expression requires subtle nuances in an inked lip or eye to allow us to see them as human, which is the entry point to great drawings, I feel. (I want all others to know that when I say "chick" and "vulnerable=human girl" I have crossed a personal boundery. . .I have a six year old daughter for christsake, its just that its hard sometimes for us guys to give compliments, and since i can't slap george on the butt right now, I have to point out (in a callous way) that something is better about his drawings attention to detail, .. . .
love the sketches. Keep posting more of your process. I can't get enough of it.M!
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