Monday, November 07, 2005

Scientist motorcycle chick


I wasn't sure who or what this girl was supposed to be when I drew her but, with the help of Denis Goulet I have it figured out. She is the world famous scientist who goes to work on one of those old motorcycles with a sidecar. It is quite obvious now that I think about it. Thanks Denis. Now I feel like I want to draw her in a scene-- you know, fixin her sidecar.

7 comments:

The Original Dangster said...

DANG! That drawing TIGHT brah! She's so Elisha Cutbert all over!

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Alina Chau said...

Nice cute character!! :)

Drazen said...

She's a honey! Looking forward to seeing her sidecar adventures,

Charley Parker said...

She could be the physician on the Hindenberg...
Fun stuff. I've added So, Cat Tacos? to the lines and colors blogroll (under Illustration). Great blog name, BTW, if you assume you're talking to someone Spanish, you could even have a question mark at both ends...

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