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    1. dangoldman 63 months ago | reply

      Seeing the "ligne-clear" this reminds me a bit of Seth Fisher's work... Really nice, sir!

    2. Jamie McKelvie 63 months ago | reply

      Now that's a very big compliment! Thanks Dan.

    3. Ben Templesmith 63 months ago | reply

      Beautiful. I'll almost be sad to see it coloured. If that makes sense. But the sky, it holds such possibilities to really "zing" as well.

      Just awesome.

      btw, where's my print? :P

    4. Rodrigo Flores1 63 months ago | reply

      great drawing!!!

    5. chipzdarsky 63 months ago | reply

      Nice stuff! Really reminds me of late-McKelvie.

    6. Ales Kot 63 months ago | reply

      Wow, that's the best piece of art I've seen from you so far. Excellent.

    7. Theremina 63 months ago | reply

      I love this so much. Are you gonna put a birdy or two in the sky, or just leave it completely blank and open?

    8. Jamie McKelvie 63 months ago | reply

      Ben - in the post! Honest!

      Mer - I think so, maybe flying away from their perch she's disturbed them from.

    9. jo-cliche 63 months ago | reply

      Lovely stuff!

    10. Kev H 63 months ago | reply

      Easily the best piece of yours I've ever seen. I'm with Ben on the colouring - it'll be nice to see, but also a shame as the cleanliness just shows how good a control of line you have.

      Also, are those adidas Forum Mids she's rocking?

    11. Paul Sizer 63 months ago | reply

      Stunning composition, Jamie. Your linework as always just kills me.

    12. Owsler 63 months ago | reply

      Also on the fence as to what will look better, uncoloured or coloured. Either way, a great image. Read on Twitter this is going to be a print too?

    13. enrico_cadillac 63 months ago | reply

      Fantastic!

      How did you get Cameron Diaz to pose?

    14. vaXzine 63 months ago | reply

      well done..

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