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Birthday present for my friend's father. Hope he likes it.

Hand drawn in pen/ink.
Coloured in Photoshop CS

Betty Boop (c) Fleischer Studios (I think)
This pic (c) Dennis Davies
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After some demand, I decided to fill in the missing decades between the 40s and 80s. Hope you all like. The original can still be found in my scrap book.

A collection of Pinups in Animation over the decades. I kinda did this to show how "they don't make 'em like that anymore!"

So to summarise:

1930s - The debut of Max Fleischer's Betty Boop. One of the most loved pinup queens of all time and still is. A lot of her cartoons are pretty dated but her style isn't one of them. As she says in Who Framed Roger Rabbit - "But I still got it Eddie! Boop boop bi-doop!" She sure does.

1940s - Red Hot Riding Hood is from the legendary Tex Avery and his cartoon short of the same name. It's a retelling of Red Riding Hood where the big bad wolf is a womanising badass and Red is a super sexy club singer. It doesn't get shown on Cartoon Network these days but check it out on YouTube. Fun fact - this cartoon was paid tribute to in The Mask.

1950s - I searched and searched and searched but could not find a single cartoon hottie from the 1950s. Unless you count furries, in which case you're a freak. In fact, after much looking through wikipedia, I did find Mammy Two Shoes, from MGM's Tom & Jerry. I kinda like how it just sits randomly among all the others. I bet Mammy Two Shoes is hot above that line.

1960s - This was the decade that the Hanna Barbera cartoons really came around. I was torn between Wilma Flintstone here and Betty Rubble. But since I've already got 3 readheads and a Betty I decided to go with Penelope Pitstop from Wacky Races. I dont think she ever won a damn race but hey, she bought a welcome bit of glamour to an otherwise sausage fest.

1970s - Technically this cartoon started in 1969, but ran originally through most of the 70s. It could only be Daphne Blake from Scooby Doo. Her whole purpose was to stand there looking hot and sneak off with Fred. Lucky bastard. While she was generally useless in catching the ghosties, at least she looked stylish while getting captured. Although generally acknowledged as the babe of the show, regular watchers will know I much prefer the nerdgasmic Velma Dinkley.

1980s - Technically the odd one out in the piece as she started life in a film, but if you asked anyone who the hottest animated girl of the 80s was I reckon most would say this one. Jessica Rabbit is pure illustrated sex. Her iconic debut was amazing and Kathleen Turner's voicing was inspired. She's also one of the reasons I wanted to draw pretty girls for a living.

1990s - Kudos to Steven Spielberg for bringing naughty animation kicking and screaming back to the screens. Animaniacs was one of my favourite cartoons of all time. Still is. But mostly I loved it for this lady. Hello Nurse for a long time epitomised everything that is sexy to me. Fun fact - Hello Nurse's name comes from Vaudeville theatre where the "Hellooo NURSE!" phrase was mentioned whenever a sexy female character came onto the stage. It is also where the wolf-whistle comes from.

Finally, 2000s - In an age of political correctness and censorship, the naughties were a dry patch for animated filth. But judging from the amount of X-Rated fanart on here, Frankie Foster from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends seems to be the alternative pinup queen for this generation. I suppose after all the subtle-as-a-sledgehammer sirens of previous years, a bit of shy girl-next-door is what tickles the fancy these days.

On a side note, the conspiracy theorist in me is wondering why most of the sexiest characters are redheads.

As for my favourite? Well I'll leave you with this nugget:

"HellooooooOOOOOOOoooooooo, NURSE!!!!"

Hand drawn in pen/ink
Coloured in Photoshop CS
Border brushes - :icongreeneyedbutterfly:

All characters are (c) their respective owners.
This pic (c) Dennis Davies
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A collection of Pinups in Animation over the decades. I kinda did this to show how "they don't make 'em like that anymore!"

So to summarise:

1930s - The debut of Max Fleischer's Betty Boop. One of the most loved pinup queens of all time and still is. A lot of her cartoons are pretty dated but her style isn't one of them. As she says in Who Framed Roger Rabbit - "But I still got it Eddie! Boop boop bi-doop!" She sure does.

1940s - Red Hot Riding Hood is from the legendary Tex Avery and his cartoon short of the same name. It's a retelling of Red Riding Hood where the big bad wolf is a womanising badass and Red is a super sexy club singer. It doesn't get shown on Cartoon Network these days but check it out on YouTube. Fun fact - this cartoon was paid tribute to in The Mask and also with our next entry.

1980s - It took 40 years before any other noteworthy animated cuties came around but it was worth the wait. Jessica Rabbit is pure illustrated sex. Her iconic debut was amazing and Kathleen Turner's voicing was inspired. She's also one of the reasons I wanted to draw pretty girls for a living.

1990s - Kudos to Steven Spielberg for bringing naughty animation kicking and screaming back to the screens. Animaniacs was one of my favourite cartoons of all time. Still is. But mostly I loved it for this lady. Hello Nurse for a long time epitomised everything that is sexy to me. Fun fact - Hello Nurse's name comes from Vaudeville theatre where the "Hellooo NURSE!" phrase was mentioned whenever a sexy female character came onto the stage. It is also where the wolf-whistle comes from.

Finally, 2000s - In an age of political correctness and censorship, the naughties were a dry patch for animated filth. But judging from the amount of X-Rated fanart on here, Frankie Foster from Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends seems to be the alternative pinup queen for this generation. I suppose after all the subtle-as-a-sledgehammer sirens of previous years, a bit of shy girl-next-door is what tickles the fancy these days.

On a side note, the conspiracy theorist in me is wondering why most of the sexiest characters are redheads.

As for my favourite? Well I'll leave you with this nugget:

"HellooooooOOOOOOOoooooooo, NURSE!!!!"

Hand drawn in pen/ink
Coloured in Photoshop CS
Border brushes - :icongreeneyedbutterfly:

All characters are (c) their respective owners.
This pic (c) Dennis Davies
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betty boop. sorry sold
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Boop-oop-a-doop!!!
My personal Betty Boop, colored by hand (pencils).
Enjoy :-)
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Character: Betty Boop
Feature: Various
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Betty Boop
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Pretty simple. It's Betty Boop and her dog. Looks like she just went shopping.

I tried to update her so that she looked a little less weird without really changing anything in her design.

How do you think it came out?
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Another Betty as the Amazon
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Another Betty
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Here's another Betty. My wife's favorite Character...Poison Ivy.
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Nuevo pic para mi Jam sobre cortos animados. [link]
Era claro que Betty Boop no podía quedarse fuera

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New entry for my art jam about animated short films.
It was logic that Betty Boop couldn't be out of it.
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Por error, :iconbluevelvet07: Bluevelvet me mando un sketch de un pic de la Pequeña Audrey, de Harvey Comics, pero el sketch estaba tan bien hecho que no pude evitar colorearlo.

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Due a mistake, Bluevelvet07 send me a sketch of Little Audrey from Harvey Comics, but the sketch was so well made that I couldn't resist to color it.
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La Pequeña Audrye es un personaje que conocí por la serie de "Gasparín y sus Amigos", es una chica bastante ingeniosa, y amante de los dulces. Ella fue creada para sustituír a La Pequeña Lulú en los Noveltoons de la Paramount

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Little Audrey is a character I met un cartoon show "Casper and Friends", she's creative and likes candy. She was created to take the place of Little Lulu in Paramount's Noveltoons.


Harvey Girl 01 - Little Dot

Harvey Girl 02 - Little Lotta

Harvey Girl 03 - Gloria Glad

Harvey Girl 05 - Wendy



Character rights property of Classic Media and Harvey Entertainment
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It's Betty Boop in her dog years 8D this is her first design from her first appearance in the episode Dizzy Dishes, when Bimbo was still the star. I think she's waaaaay cuter this way.
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