You are drawing women with more angular, European features now. Did something particular bring about this change? Have you run out of material in the Asian fashion mag?
That aside, these new pictures remind me of drawings from the Big Poster Age. I have a book at home. These prints have become very popular now to buy.
Actually, now that I think of it, a lot of your work resonates with those Poster Ads. The line-style that you use is very similar. Maybe that is why I always think your images are so marketable.
However, I think your work differs in the fact that it is NOT marketing anything. Your work feels very photographic — capturing a moment in time, essentially narrative in nature. However, it is also emotion provoking in that it picks these specific moments, a sort of lyricism, so to speak.
I hope I am not repeating myself. I have probably already said as much about your work in the past. But it is good work and I like it very much.
The only thing I’d like to see more of is maybe some drawings of men. Don’t giggle. I can see you giggling. You know what I mean. Variation.
Yes, actually, I have been using an Anthropologie magazine for the larger most recent ones. I should probably diversify. All of my source material is decidedly lacking in non-females, so I will look around.
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