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New Galleries at BarefootJustine.com!

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Hey group, I have been working on new galleries for my site (see the “Galleries” link above). These galleries will be far more in depth than my old galleries, I hope you enjoy them. So far the only gallery I have assembled is the “Comics & Toons” gallery.

I have yet to create galleries for 2 to 3 more categories; one for “Illustrations,” another for “Barefoot” (featuring what else… drawings of other barefoot women), and perhaps I will even include a gallery for my digital work.

Keep checking back as I will be working on these galleries a lot over the next week or so.

To see the gallery, click on the link above, or go there from right here: https://barefootjustine.com/galleries/comics-toons/

Here’s a sample of what you will find there:

(Barefoot) Justine Mara Andersen - Odysseus: finished inks page 10

(Barefoot) Justine Mara Andersen – Odysseus: finished inks page 10

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Lunch With Margaret & the Invisibles!

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So, I went out today with Margaret Tolbert for lunch… poor as could be, she had to both drive and pay. Sitting in the Indian restaurant with her she handed me her lovely hardback book “Aquiferious,” to look at, and I became madly envious. Imagine… a hardback book with your art in it! HARDBACK! It seemed like a delightful and pride-worthy glory.

We discussed projects and possibilities over chai, that beautiful heavy thick book to my right on the table. After lunch she drove us out to see the sandhill cranes, then on home we went. As I got out of the car she gifted me the lovely hardbound book–that I had so privately envied.

Approaching my room I noticed a box, a heavy little wholly unexpected box, waiting for me.

Puzzled, I took it into my room, having absolutely no idea why I was sent this box. I was expecting nothing. I opened it, and of all the ironies, there in the box were three copies of a brand new hardback (HARDBACK!) collection of the Invisibles from Vertigo at DC Comics! There I was, in hardback on the very day I was so envious of Margaret’s victorious harbound beauty.

Funny how life works in such cosmic symmetries.

Now I’m thinking, screw the hardback books… I want a big fat royalty check!

I guess some people are just never quite content.

(By the way, hardback books or not, I’m still poor and in need of prescriptions, so if anyone out there wants an autographed copy of the book, I have two to spare at cover price of $30.)