Charlotte “Charlie” Fuentes and Image is © 2012 Farlow Studios. All Intellectual Property Rights Reserved.
Happy 2012 everyone! Let’s hope 2012 will be a better year than the last. I used a stock photo of fireworks for the background I got a few years back, so I don’t remember where I purchased it from. Pose is based on a number of references, combined in order to make her leg into that particular pose.
Have a Happy New YEAR!
Charlie, Alex and Joey are © and ™ 2011 Farlow Studios. All Intellectual Property Rights Reserved.
Happy 11-11-11 (whatever that means to you)!
Because this day is considered somewhat a special day, I wanted to do something special as well for fan-art Friday. I created Alex, Charlie and Joey during my college years. They were nothing more than doodles of my ideal girls, made mostly out of boredom waiting for the next class to begin.
Jump to 2003 and my introduction to DeviantART. After so many years of not drawing the girls, I took pencil and paper and drew them in 2004. After that, as my skill evolved, so did they. As I learn the inner workings of digital illustration and re-learn the things that I forgot to do, they got fleshed out more and more. Throughout the past 7 years, their look reflected the skills that I’ve acquired.
Its only fitting that on this day, November 11, 2011, that I solidify them as I move forward to the future of these three very lovely fictional characters of mine.
“Darkness Falls Across The Land…The Midnight Hour Is Close At Hand…Creatures Crawl In Search Of Blood…To Terrorize Y’awl’s Neighborhood… ” – from Michael Jackson’s Thriller as performed by Vincent Price
I always wanted to draw one of my characters wearing the iconic Thriller jacket, so from that thought came about this image. Charlie fits perfect for I made her a Michael Jackson fan like me, and she likes to dress up (or, in this case, undress). I pretty much sketched, inked, and colored this one in a matter of 6 hours, give or take a few tweaks as the day went.
There are small elements in the image that gives homage not only to Michael Jackson’s Thriller, but to [some degree] a few of my favorite horror movies.
Josephine “Joey” Burns is created by Jeremy Farlow.
Her hands say it all.
Alexandra Evans is created by Jeremy Farlow.
Just a quick Photoshop/Painter/Photoshop digital work of my redhead Alex to wish you all a Happy 2010. A good way to end my 2009.
Charlie (Charlotte Fuentes) is © Jeremy Farlow.
Superman ™ and the Superman symbol are ™ and © DC Comics.
Always wanted to have a Superman belt buckle, so I thought I’d draw my favorite character Charlie wearing such a buckle.
Alexandra Evans is © 2003 -2006 Jeremy Farlow.
This is a poster I made to advertise my commissions. It also highlights some of the drawings I’ve already done in the past with regards to the three girls of room 408 that I’m personally proud of. Pose was inspired by an image I saw on the internet. The original drawing was meant for her to be totally nude.
This version was slightly hued red, because…well, I wanted to. The original is located at Farlow Studios.
If you want something commissioned, you may inquire by going to my site for details of price ranges.
“Art is never finished, only abandoned.” – Leonardo Da Vinci
Alexandra Evans is © Jeremy Farlow.
Basically got to watch Flashdance on HBO some night, seeing Jennifer Beal wearing that famous off-shoulder sweater and red shoes. It inspired this piece of Alex wearing an off-shoulder-type shirt and pink, decorative leg-warmers.
80s music played while I worked on this piece.
Charlie is © 2004 -2006 Farlow Studios.
Among the three girls in room 408, Charlie has got to be the most popular one to date.
So here she is again, showing off that back side she’s most proud of. She proves that dancing does a body good. Her tattoo was hidden for so long, so I felt its time to show it off.
Alexandra Evans is © Jeremy Farlow.
Exclusive image that was made for my online portfolio.
Charlie is © Jeremy Farlow.
An old commissioned image by my friend Daniel of my character Charlie in the buff.
Joey is © 2003 – 2006 Jeremy Farlow.
Pose and proportion based off on an image of Erica Campbell.
Valentine’s is just around the corner. I’m creating monthly calendars for the whole year of 2006, and February features Joey, a character I’ve created for the comic book “Girls of Room 408”.
An image from Met-Art.com was used as a base template for the poses. Other than that, it is still a favorite of mine from all the images I’ve done over the years.