Monday, January 30, 2006

Glamour




Thinking about this Illustration Friday topic I kept going back to the whole starlet idea of glamour. So that's basically what I did. Her dress has some valuable info from Amy Vanderbilt's Everyday Etiquette. Sweet stuff circa 1952.

16 comments:

Jim said...

Very Cool! I also like that she appears to be holding a Martini! My Fav Drink!

Stephanie said...

Great concept, I love the mix of drawing and collage, it looks really good. Nice job.

Natura said...

Beautiful! Love your style a lot, it's always fun and colorful! :)

The Unknown said...

Fabulous!
love

shoofly said...

love it! the collage-y part of it is great!

e.pun said...

Nice job!
Really like the colors and patterns.

moverlow said...

Very nicely done! Love the combinations of patterns and colors. The martini glass is the perfect touch.

lukewarmluxe said...

great job on the skirt's pleats. glam, dahling!

Karen said...

Love it! This is my favorite of all your illustrations.

ValGalArt said...

Jules, you are so talented and this is such a delightfully clever illustration. I really love all the elements you have combined!!! Really tiptop!

Queen Tut said...

She is a party girl, I like the newspaper print on her dress!

Maria Antunes said...

Lovely illo! I love it! :-)

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carla said...

I love your use of pattern, and the Amy Vanderbilt is inspired! Great Illo:>

"Maggie" said...

Oh Yes, men should follow! I love the big yellow bow and gloves, so fitting of that era, oh and the ring is a dazzler!

Jaimie said...

your glamour girl is quite stylish and having a great time. what a fun idea to include the vanderbuilt etiquette!

Catnapping said...

great shades of pink! this is a great collage and drawn mix. i wish i had a figure like that.