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    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010 edited

    No pen-portraits. This is ART ONLY. Posting just a bunch of text, or a scribble and a vast number of words, will get the thread closed and your account banned.

    NO MORE PHOTO-MANIPULATION "art". I'll just delete them. People have been drenching recent threads with several pieces at a time that they've knocked out in photoshop in 2 minutes with no thought at all. I consider this to be taking the piss.

    I will allow original photography.

    No more than ONE submission by any one person in any one REMAKE/REMODEL.

    This one by special request of Alistair Pulling/Oddcult. We did this on The Engine, years ago, but not here.


    Copypasta from Wikipedia follows:

    Jenny Everywhere aka "The Shifter" is an open source, public domain character. She was specifically created to be as such, when her creators could not find any other truly open source, public domain characters.

    Jenny Everywhere is described both as existing in every reality and being able to shift between realities. This gives the character the ability to be inserted into the continuity of any existing or new work, such as various comics or webcomics. The concept may be extended to other media as well. She was originally created by Canadian comic book artist Steven Wintle, who uses the internet alias Moriarty, and co-developed by members of the Barbelith online community.

    According to the character's website:

    She has short, dark hair. She usually wears aviation goggles on top of her head and a scarf around her neck. Otherwise, she dresses in comfortable clothes. She is average size and has a good body image. She has loads of confidence and charisma. She appears to be Asian or Native American. She has a ready smile.

    In the post where he first proposed the character, Wintle described her as:
    If I had to compare her to anything, it would be like if Tintin listened to Le Tigre and joined the Fantastic Four. She's excitable, passionate, attentive, curious, and caring. Like Captain Marvel, she's just a really powerful kid.

    It is therefore your job to envision Jenny Everywhere.

    You have one week. Begin.

    (The character of Jenny Everywhere is available for use by anyone, with only one condition. This paragraph must be included in any publication involving Jenny Everywhere, in order that others may use this property as they wish. All rights reversed.)
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010
    I've been thinking about this since that public domain topic started. Should be fun.
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010
    Cheers. Thought it a great way to introduce people to the character, concept and conversation after the attention that previous remakes have had.
      CommentAuthorPaul Sizer
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010
    Perhaps stating the obvious, but MAN, the last few REMAKE threads have gotten some serious penetration all around the blogosphere!

    I was doing some ego surfing and found Steampunk Batman and Doctor Who Remake stuff in every nook and cranny I could locate. There's a ton of reposting in Spanish language blog on these recent REMAKES for some reason, and Annie's JLA has made incredible waves everywhere it hits (deservedly so!).

    So craft your Jenny Everywhere stuff carefully, folks. Somewhere there's a Russian blogger waiting to cross-post it to the ends of the universe!
    • CommentAuthorkperkins
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2010 edited
    @Paul Sizer HaHa You said penetration! Snort.*

    *yes sometimes I act like the reverse of my age, ie. like a 15 year old.
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    That kind of reminds me of Kimiko Ross from Dresden Codak for some reason.
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010
    I drew Jenny in a comic, a few months ago, although my version was a pretty straightforward one. Can't wait to see what you guys come out with.
    I Speculate with timelines, I solve misteries and I get rich!
    Oh and this picture is released under a cc license, so feel free to have fun with It.
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    @ Alberto;

    I really love the markings.
    They add a whole new volume to the character's visuals and you really feel it in the color version. You took the character to that heroic level.


    Love it.
    Your pieces carry with them an almost anxiety with how you handle lines.
    Your television piece, awhile back, really displayed that.
    • CommentAuthorESCgoat
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010
    Jenny Everywhere
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010
    I really like that @ESCgoat }:>
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    That's gorgeous, @ESCgoat

    Here's mine:
    • CommentAuthorOddcult
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010
    Ooh. Nice.
    • CommentAuthorMJBoyson
    • CommentTimeDec 4th 2010


    I forgot the cocking scarf!
    Well, shit.
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    @ESCgoat - That's epic, though I find myself wondering why she has Where's Wally/Waldo's scarf... *Hitchcockian dolly zoom*
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    Jenny Everywhere LouisL2010

    Yeah. Sorry, it's my daily dose of steampunk'routine neeeeddd toooo ddrraaww mmooree stteaaamm punnkk. [edit] Sblehh.That sucks. See if I can make better next remodel.
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2010
    She's minutes away from being a battalion leader
    • CommentAuthormushi
    • CommentTimeDec 5th 2010

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