Drawings by Jessie Douglas. Plymouth.
a bit of Hecox influence here
I like these
these are really cool. very hecox like, not a bad thing.
i think my love for these is enhanced by my love for brown paper but i still think i would find them pretty cool otherwise
(‘SHOOT THE FREAK’) :-D
i love those….
seriously? i’m amazed!
excellent! thanks for sharing!
Excellent work, i liked a lot of your compositions. There are an urban feel.
evan hecox influence. I like it.
What medium is the color?
they are all silk screen prints..jess
Do you trace photos? – what’s your process here?
TRACE?!!! NO WAY…. im totally against tracing…where is the skill in that?
I sketch on location and then take a foto for refference to draw the detail from later on. then go through the screenprint room.
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