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Image: blue-dragon.jpg   500x683 69749 bytes 2005.08.18

Cleaned-up reupload from 8-15-05. Detail of a painting of an Asian-ispired blue dragon, acrylic and textured paper on canvas board.

Image: cheetah.gif   513x381 110231 bytes 2001.07.16

Kitty-face. Technically, it's no particular cheetah, done with chalk on some construction paper I found on a shelf.

Image: liz-ard.jpg   546x800 105859 bytes 2005.12.19

Pencil and cheap sketchpad full-body attempt at another female New Caledonian Crested Gecko. Hardest part: Drawing lidless eyes while trying to avoid the glassy, pie-eyed drooling zombiegirl look. Favorite part: Drawing the sticky hands.\r\n\r\nI'm proud of myself. I didn't take the easy "foofy hair and big pants" way out for once. However, the feet look odd to me.\r\nOh well.\r\nAs yet unnamed lizard female (c) J VanDerBeck

Image: lizgirl.jpg   442x700 73613 bytes 2005.11.21

Thus far unnamed Female crested gecko, pencil on craptastic paper.

Image: something_completely_else.jpg   1200x644 166938 bytes 2004.01.16

It is not a provocatively posed portrait of a phemale pony. I repeat, it is NOT... < /cheesy attempt at alliteration > \r\nThat said, I'm not exactly sure what it is, aside from a black ball point pen on some copy paper. Ideas?\r\n\r\nThis object is in no way to Jess Vanderbeck, and she takes no responsibility for its actions. Please don't feed the fevered imaginings!

Image: Varypencil.gif   366x280 53493 bytes 2002.04.27

Pose taken from, pencil on copy paper. Drawing and char concept Jess V.

Image: vary~_ah_hell_even_Ive_lost_count.jpg   985x1330 131952 bytes 2004.01.16

Artwork Jess Vanderbeck. Character concept also Jess Vanderbeck. Pose referenced from some dubious periodical I picked up in Wal-Mart.\r\n\r\nAnyone who's paid an unhealthy amount of heed to what I've usually posted is probably scratching their head in wonderment. To wit:\r\n"Why, she looks completely different now!"\r\nThat's the really great part about having complete creative control over your own frighteningly disturbed, hideously malformed brainchildren. I like this incarnation better... More "ponyish" character, and less agonizingly tedious spots to (remember to) draw. Just trying not to beat myself about the head and shoulders for the anatomy here. Opinions?

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