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Penelope with M14 test picture

Penelope with M14 test picture

Penelope with M14 test picture by TeeJay87
Penelope with M14 test picture by TeeJay87


Coloured version of and basically completed work, only missing background.

Posted as study of a character drawn under rare pose - Penny doesn't often appear in Garfield and Friends seen from rear. When you check her photo gallery on Garfield Wiki , you may notice that her design changed during cartoon development:

- her first appearance & , have to admit Jim Davis and his artists must have had difficulties in shaping Penny's head;

- The Second Penelope Episode depicts her slightly better & , though it's difficult to see in such tiny-scale pictures;

- The Garfield Musical marks visible development of Penelope's head shape design, good-quality examples are here , , , , , , , - they even depicted effects of motion affecting hair.

- The Guy of Her Dreams retains basic shapes developed in aforesaid episode - for example this I used as reference for this picture.

There will also be completed picture with full background, possibly closer to weekend.

Penelope Pussycat belongs to PAWS Inc.

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Category Comics » - Newspaper Comics (strips) » Garfield Media Digital drawing or painting
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Falconlobo on April 10, 2017, 7:32:43 AM

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TeeJay87 on April 10, 2017, 11:53:12 AM

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Saltwater on April 10, 2017, 3:14:06 AM

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SaltwaterVery cool design, esp. the gun and the uniform.  :D

TeeJay87 on April 10, 2017, 11:38:20 AM

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TeeJay87Thanks ! :)

Sources don't mention the name of constructor, who developed M14 rifle - though the gun's ancestor (M1 Garand) was designed by this man .

As for uniform, it's combination of trousers for Vietnam War era Tiger Stripe pattern with matching top. The pattern must have performed so well, since it remains on USAF field uniforms