A Hula Girl And A Research Professor

The first pen and ink drawing is for a job that fell through years ago.  The client wanted sketches for tropical themed T-shirts.  I found a hula girl pencil drawing from that job and inked her in.  Her feet and legs are too big, but it still feels very hula-ish.  The second page is from my sketchbook.  On that page, I included a sketch of my University of Nevada, Las Vegas graduate research professor.  He was a great professor and had some very interesting sideburns.

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4 thoughts on “A Hula Girl And A Research Professor

  1. Nathan says:

    I liked your hula girl. Very provocative and alluring, like the Island itself, even if she is sitting on some Polynesian death god, or good luck god or famous ancestor or woodcarver’s free time. With the clouds and fauna surrounding her, she almost looks like a Dutch still life. Cool character sketches too.

  2. Cindy Dauer says:

    She does have long legs but it’s a great drawing! So many great textures, especially the tree and plants. Lots of great faces, too, particularly that bored looking girl with the ponytail.

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