I am looking for the title to a piece of art I saw about a year ago. The black and white drawing is of a little girl riding a panther in a room full of toys. The panther looks vicious, but the girl riding it looks very happy. Any information about this would be great(title of the piece, artist name) as I can not find it anywhere.
Consider the sheer volume of 'art' all over the world. that is not enough info; perhaps for a google search, but not a successful one. Where did you see it? Was it in a galley? magazine? etc etc.
A girl riding a cat is not enough to go by.
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I'm not an artist but rather an english student and I saw this picture in a hand out i got in a class. I was hoping that someone out there would know what i'm talking about. If you have seen the picture i'm talking about you will know right away from my description. Its one of those things that are hard to forget.
More info? What exactly was the handout for? Was it a story illustration?
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Crash Course for Artists, Illustrators, and Cartoonists, NYC, the 2013 Edition!
"Work is more fun than fun."
"Art is supposed to punch you in the brain, and it's supposed to stay punched."
Did you try... Google???
and what Elwell said.
is this it? edit: hmm not b/w though
the thread title is terrorsel in the "best of" section
Do you remember what the handout was for/do you still have the handout?