This is a long-awaited commission for , but also another piece inspired by my new Rolling Stone book of '90s articles. He asked to see Jocelyn on a rooftop, which I willingly obliged, but the pose is based on a photo of Liz Phair, one of the female '90s rockers who inspired Jocelyn's personality (she's also got touches of Gwen Stefani, Fiona Apple, and Alanis Morissette). And with the early evening lighting I added to the sky, I really like how it turned out.
Her expression is both seductive and yet says, "... the HELL you lookin' at?"
Very good picture. I like her pose and the stocking feet.
Love the colours! Love everything about it!
I don't know why, but I've always associated sunset with the 90s, so the time of day really fits Great work!
You should draw Jocelyn sans boots more often. Just sayin'.
I seem to be the only one who thinks so, but the world needs more girl rock. Like, tons more. Instead we barely have any. Why?
Oh, it's out there, it's just not very mainstream. Courtney Love said something in her Rolling Stone interview about how rock and roll, by its nature, has a very "dick and testosterone" mentality to it. It's a musical style that was largely pioneered by male performers, and its sound is very loud and strong and growly, all attributes that are often stereotypically assigned to males. So I'm sure a lot of big-name record producers out there are under the mistaken belief that girls can't rock. That's why I created Jocelyn in the first place - to remind people that they can, and do, just as well as the guys can.
she's so hot!