477 – What Friends Are For

477 – What Friends Are For

Decided to hand ink this one, rather than use the usual vectors. As much as I adore how clean and crisp vectors are (and how much it reflects upon the engineering school study environment with its mathematical clarity and colder precision — yes, I think about these things), this scene really needed to be warmer, organic, and imprecise. It’s more about how the immeasurable bonds we make as we grow will be the crutch we pull ourselves back up on when we need it most.


In other news, I have tomorrow off, so it’s time to break the mood I needed to draw this by blasting musicals and singing along.

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Discussion (10)¬

  1. Retired Adventurer says:

    Wow, Kali has legs…?
    Where’d those come from?

  2. Sejanoz says:

    Yes, a wise move to hand ink this one, Jenny. Really sets the tone.

  3. Batman says:

    Just cause someone is invisible doesn’t mean they don’t have legs. Woe is me the day invisible people stop having legs I can sweep.

  4. The One Guy says:

    Why does this remind me of a nativity scene?

  5. The Aussie Bloke says:

    Kali with a teddy bear…

    Never thought I’d see the day…

  6. reynard61 says:

    @ The One Guy: Looks more like a pietà to me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pietà

  7. Wolf-who-watches says:

    /sets down large container of chocolate ice cream/

    One brought smell-good-poison . . .


  8. FreeFlier says:

    Well, that’s better than her usual idea of comfort food . . .

  9. The FAKE batman says:

    Personally. I prefer my invisible people to lack the legs. Makes them a whole lot easier to shoot.

  10. the REAL batman says:

    Does she have an arrow sticking out of her knee?

    Green Arrowwwwww!