#01 Bobbi Lorrel

| November 1, 2010 | 7 Comments

My first set of 10 characters are going to be set in America’s late 30’s/early 40’s time period. Lots of Swing music, art deco, greasy spoon diners, ritzy night clubs, gangsters, that kind of awesome stuff.

This is the female protagonist. In comparison to the flashy show girls, she’s the meek mouse, overlooked and unappreciated  Coat Check Girl, Bobbi Lorrel, of The Golden Cat Club.

Tired of watching her life pass by one coat at a time, she craves a little excitement, or at very least that the clarinet player would ask her out for coffee sometime.

Category: Drama, Humor

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  1. Gregory says:

    Adorable! Love your line work.

  2. I love “Coat Check Girl!” What an average player to get a major treatment…I expect she’ll be a big character.

  3. Very nice! I like the pose and expression, can’t wait to see the rest!

  4. Jared says:

    Pretty snappy! Nice work!

  5. Alicia Messinger says:

    Cute! Makes me want to know more about the story.

  6. Listerart says:

    Again, excellent expression and pose — her body language successfully represents your description of her. Looking forward to see more!

  7. Julie Leone says:

    Shes so full of “I wanna do something”! Just looking at her makes me want to go on a grand adventure and drag her along to hold my coat!

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