I’ve been having a wonderful time working on these little cards. I’ve decided to call this young woman Mitzi. I have no idea why. It just seems to be her name. She’s inspired by Louise Brooks and Clara Bow, two of my favorite silent film stars. Mitzi seems audacious and crafty. You know, the type of person who never gets into trouble no matter what they get into. She’s be fun to go out with, but you would never tell her any of your secrets.
9 thoughts on “Meet Mitzi – Another Art Card”
I’d agree, she really looks as if here name was Mitzi ^^!
Looks great! Reminds me of some party girls I know lol 🙂
I don’t think I’d trust her either! I love your portrait art cards, they do have so much character!
The historical series on African American presidential candidates is fascinating. You have so much life in your portrait work.
you’ve certainly captured a ‘personality’ here…
great character in your drawing and I love the striped background !!!
Silvia: Isn’t it funny how some pieces just name themselves? 🙂
Mary: Thanks! She’s definitely an unstoppable party girl. Glad you like her.
Ann: What a lovely comment. I think my little portraits are getting better as I simplify. Glad you liked the last series too.
Casey: I love your blog and your portrait drawings so I’m pleased by your comment. Thanks a lot.
Kim: Thanks a lot. I wondered about the background. I was afraid it would make her look like she was in jail. 😛 Glad you like it.
Your portrait drawings are amazingly lifelike and the viewer has no trouble in deciding who they are. I really like the Clara Bow type girl. She has a really cheeky expression and a come hither look in her eyes. Great stuff.
Thanks Cathy. This one is definitely my favorite in this group. The eyes turned out perfectly!
Such personality! 0 brb