Some ladies escaped from my head…

And ended up on paper.

I’ve finally found the right tool to apply that black ink the way I want it. I don’t know why but I’m still drawn to this kind of art – I guess you could call it a cross between fantasy art and fashion illustration. I’m still working on the faces, I just don’t have the patience to practice expressions. Not yet, anyway. I’ll have to do it at some point, I know.

First off, there are Mirrors. What we see here is a beautiful brunette whose skimpy outfit is made out of tiny mirrors. It looks like she’s having a bit of trouble with a swirly violet thing. I love her shoes.

Here’s a close up on the lady. She looks pretty serious. But the chest piece kind of makes up for that.

Detail of the swirly violet thing. Sometimes I make it up as I go, just like the creators of “Lost”. The result, in this case, was a violet swirly things. Perverts may now do the “fap!fap!fap!” while imagining other uses for the violet swirly things in this lady’s case.

Like I was saying – I dig the shoes. No, really, I will make a pair sometime this year. I promise.

Next, I came up with an Ode to Spring. It’s the 1st of March, so instead of the usual cherry blossom (damn, I just got another idea, will paint and post tomorrow) and bundles of tulips I chose to create this lady. Don’t make fun of her eyebrows, she’s Spanish. It’s the only spring themed image that I could come up with, given the horrid rain that’s constantly pouring outside. It’s freezing and it’s grey and it sucks out here, the least I can do is paint hot chicks.

Here’s a close up on my beloved spring. Her costume is fetish/circus trapese artist inspired. The breasts are natural, no implants. I’m pretty sure she got hair extensions, though.

My favorite contrast remains blue and orange. They complement each other in such harmony. Red and green feel like cheap Christmas while violet and yellow feel like Willy Wonka on pills at the Chocolate Factory. So I decided to play with this set of colors. I came up with this litlle birdie.

And here’s a close up on that almost perfect ass and blue (latex) boots.

Remember, don’t get too critical. Not yet, anyway. I’ll tell you when you can start acting like you can tell the difference between fantasy art and kitsch.

That’s enough for today, my fingers hurt.


Fresh out of the oven.

Remember the “About Julia” page? If you haven’t seen it, go check it out now. No excuses, just go. Now!


Ok, done?

Good. You’ve probably seen the images. The sketches, that is. I’m currently working on several things. You know, the usual, two novels, illustrations and paintings. The only result that I get from working on that many things at the same time is pretty much nothing. So I’ve decided to take it step by step. [Ooh baby, wanna get to you giiiiiirl, step by step, ooh baby, wanna get you in my wooooorld!]

Yes. So today was “paint a hot chick” day!

I did two! I’d say that was quite productive. The bone & band-aid lady that’s making all the bloody mess is my personal favorite – from today’s batch anyway! The orange-haired amazon is pretty hot too, but the “mummy” kicks it by far. That skull is just too damn cool. And I painted the thing, imagine my enthusiasm. Hah. I used watercolor and black ink, as usual. I’m sticking to this technique for a while.

Few actually know that my favorite artist is Luis Royo. He tends to inspire me. I’ve been drawing these ladies since I was sixteen – that is, since I first saw Royo’s artwork in an excellent album called “Secrets”. The guy is sick. Really sick. In a really good way. He’s basically an industrial designer who did illustrations for Penthouse and keeps painting these incredible beauties.

I’ve grown to implement my own style into my artwork, yet the female body remains my favorite subject – the perfect balance between lines and curves, in my humble artsy opinion.

If you’ve enjoyed what’s on the “About Julia” page, then you’ll probably enjoy these as well. Don’t forget that I’ve spent six years without touching a brush, so don’t judge, just enjoy. I have quite a distance to go until I reach my full potential. I’m not too rusty, either.

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