Jim asked Sandy about the above sketch
Not much to say about this piece cause all the details are lost in the misty corridors of my memory. Got a call one day when I was still in NYC from a company developing roll playing games, ala D+D. They wanted me to do the illustrations/character designs for the project. It was to have a crime noir, 1930's setting. This all sounded good and I drew up this rough, following a detailed description of the scene. Sent them a xerox (yes, that long ago.) They loved it. Raved about it. And I never heard another word from them or about the project. So it goes.
Jim asked Sandy about the above drawing
Another romantically inspired drawing (as was the previous Clea piece.) This is based on a sketch I did for a girlfriend a loooong time ago. I drew upon it when, years later, I was asked to do a "jungle girl" pin-up (for an issue of "Jungle Girl" comics, was it?) Took the sketch and turned into a finished pencil piece. How this primal fantasy still smolders in the hearts of modern day fans!
Plunkett-fan Jim Harris interviewing Sandy about past and present projects.