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An homage to Velasquez, and a possible cover for one of the several incomplete comic projects I have on the go at the moment.  Not sure if it's a good idea to design a cover before the project itself is finished.  On the other hand, not sure that it's necessarily any better to leave that kind of thing until the end either.  Anyway, the thought came, so I went with it.
On reflection (why are these things never clear until you've scanned and uploaded and you're on the point of posting?) I'm not sure how apparent it is that that's not her bare bum; she's just wearing tight trews.  The contrast in tone and texture, as compared with her arms and neck, is not as marked as I thought it was, and even the turnup at the ankle could easily be taken for a rolled-down sock.  Ah, well, we live and learn...

Meeeanwhile, Paul embarks on a new Creative Writing course with the Open University.  The beginning of the course seems a little basic, with advice like "keep a notebook" etc, but it's early days yet.  From peeking a few chapters ahead, it seems there is more challenging stuff ahead.  All rather exciting...
    
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