Monday, March 23, 2009

Higher Education

When did the school girl look come back in such a big way?
Whatever the answer is, it's still workin'.

23 comments:

pumml said...

I thought it never left? Either way, you'll not hear me complaining. Swell doodle, btw!

Chris Kennett said...

Still working? Yes indeed!

damon said...

nice

spleenal said...

Trashy.com has an outfit called "Foreign Exchange School Girl" amongst many many more

http://www.trashy.com/index.php?s=product&set_id=12041

Jon McNally said...

Nice calves!

As pumml implies, I didn't know it went away! Still, maybe the resurgence you sense is part of a broader prep thing I see among the kiddies these days.

Chris Battle said...

I think it came back somewhere in the mid-90's? Seems like so many girls were dressed like that for Halloween. or maybe that's when I started noticing it. Whatevs... I ain't complainin' :D

wolfboy said...

Love the sepia-tone, "olde-tymey" quality.

Danarchy said...

Love ur stuff man, Your awesomeness makes me pee my pants a little.

David Kow said...

Lovely girl. Awesome style.

Mick said...

yep... don't recall it going away

XAV said...

English and japanese kids are lucky to have schoolgirls in uniform like this one in their class...
i don't understand how they stay focus on their work but they must be happy.

Jeff said...

super cool and perky :) good stuff man

Nate said...

Great sketch man!

Alina Chau said...

Great character design!!

Eugenio Enrique said...

Hi Chris! in first,congrats! drawings, illustrations, designs..everything is awesome! now I follow this blog, with humility, please,take a glance to my blog and give me your comment, whatever it is..Thanks n' greetings!!

david gemmill said...

nice one! that negative space between her chest and hip is really great!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Neat work !!

Scott said...

Cool lines and great style :-)

bsleven said...

Wow you have so many beautiful designs on this blog! : ) I love the unicorn! : )

Mike said...

I may be crazy, but it has an awesome Kricfalusi vibe to it.

Chris Battle said...

Not too crazy-- I learned a lot about how to draw cartoon ladies from Lynne Naylor, who drew most of John's girls, as well as cribbing shamelessly from other former Spumco artists like Shane Glines and Craig Kellman. Learn from the best, I say.

jason hazelroth said...

This would be an awesome Sakura friend character :)

Thomas F. Dougherty said...

Powerful image...looks like Abby from NCIS.