I know it really doesn't look a lot like Judy Robinson. I wasn't thinking of her when I drew this. I wanted it to be a girl dancing. But I don't have a model and I don't love any of the pictures I find on the Internet. So I end up doing a lot from my imagination. I am thinking on making my daughter pose as my dancer.
Much of what I have been doing these last 7 years is inspired by either Lost in Space or Star Trek. But in my personal projects that I have been working on I have tried to avoid some of that. Here, I was trying to capture the fluid movements of a dancer. But somehow it looks a little like Judy Robinson. I started to paint this and will try to put that here too.
This was inspired by Star Trek.... I have been busy on lots of things... mostly work. But I do still do art. I have been working on a picture book. But also been being a grandma. I keep wanting to get back to Lost in Space. More cartoonish than anything.
Lost in Space has gone to the cats. But that there spaceship.... is hardly the Jupiter 2. In my world I call my spaceship the Andromeda 3. I have been hankering to do more Lost in Space art. I have been watching a lot of it. But I have been sidetracked by these two.... My Jazzie Jessie and Cheyenne. Also by my grandson. It can be difficult working, babysitting, taking care of 5 cats and my mom. Somewhere in there I squeeze in a little of this kind of art. The shadow art was inspired by Angela Cartwright's shadow stamps.
I did this last Spring... and have thought to post it. Will post more soon. These were for school... per the teacher's request... it has become important to me. Therefore, on my own time I am illustrating my own book regarding idioms.
This is done in colored pencil... I am not used to such. I normally work in acrylic or watercolor.