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    • CommentAuthordnewling
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2011 edited
    Hmm, I wonder how our ballerina ended up behind bars in Bunty Picture Library #12? Knowing girls' comics, she was wrongly convicted of a crime or kidnapped. The prisoner/slave story was always popular in girls' comics; in fact, it is one of the lynchpins in girls' comics. For that reason, 'ballerina behind bars' would be guaranteed a hit even today.
    • CommentAuthorRaid71
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2011 edited
    Very difficult challenge this one.
    Some excellent results so far
    • CommentAuthordnewling
    • CommentTimeNov 30th 2011 edited
    @Raid71: I imagine it would be a difficult challenge for some people. But then, Daddy SI would want to set challenges that would be real challenges. He would want us to expand our experiences and imaginations. We always produce great results, whatever the challenge, and this one is no exception. I'm looking forward to seeing what else turns up before the challenge ends.

    You know, this challenge does take me back to when I was little and learning to draw. I used to draw ballerina figures by the mile.
    • CommentAuthorkmcleod
    • CommentTimeDec 1st 2011
    This challenge takes me back to when I was little and drawing people landing headfirst on the floor.
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    Haven't been in here in a while, but I'm a sucker for ballet melodrama.

    • CommentAuthorflecky
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2011
    @ Pia Guerra: Wow!! I love it.

    I will consume the rest of this thread a bit later but i know it will be good.You people inspire the shit out of me.Surperbikus Maximus!!
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    Gorgeous, Pia. Welcome back to Whitechapel!
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2011
    Remember my little scree about people showing up and owning a thread? See above. Good to see you around, Pia.
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    @ Pia Guerra…awesome stuff…love the composition.
    @paul…nice take…great pose.
    @miranda…lovely pencils.
    @dorkmuffin….tha for the link….very useful reference.

    Kept it simple...
    • CommentAuthorsnafu
    • CommentTimeDec 2nd 2011 edited
    So, @Pia served up a fastball right down the middle so fast it looked like no one could touch it and here comes @mojokingbee knocking right out of the park. As beautiful as all the other drawings have been, @mojokingbee's is the story I really want to read. Love the handcuffs.
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    Is she secretly the Red Bee? :)
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    This is my entry. Almost scared to post it after the last two, ha.

    • CommentAuthorkmcleod
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2011
    • CommentAuthorS. Madsen
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2011
    Damn... so many talented people here. It`s almost embarrassing, but here`s my try at Lorna Drake who`s now a ballet assassin. It never goes very well as we can see in the newest issue of Bunty.

    Bunty Lorna Drake
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2011
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    @ Pia- too good! I like the possibly hate-filled instructor with the cane part the best
    @mojo- sweet, I enjoy your work more everytime I see it.
    @mecurial- wicked style, creepy
    @S. Madsen - what Beamish said and hilarious too!
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    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2011
    Wow, I haven't been around here in an eternity and it's cool to see that Remake remodel is chugging along. There's lots of inspiring art here. Good job, artists. I thought I'd take a swing at it:

    lorna drak the white moth
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2011
    @RyanKelly, if we're continuing the baseball metaphor, I'd like to say, "Grand slam, old boy! Wot wot."

    The old-timey baseball player in my head has a mighty mustache and a British accent, I'm not sure why.
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    Seconded. I don't speak baseball but that drawing is a winner.