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Heads Up Women of the HB by HeadsUpStudios Heads Up Women of the HB by HeadsUpStudios
This had to come out. It just had to. Did you ever have an idea in your head, but due to other things, you just don't have the time to do it? It just eats at you until you don't have a choice! I've been thinking about doing something with the Jetson's women for the last two months. I was originally gonna put Jane Jetson in the Desperate Housewives piece with Wilma and Betty, but decided against it. She belongs with Judy and Rosey.

Hope you all enjoy this! I gotta get back to work on requests!
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GOTgraphic Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2008
Wow this is so very cool!
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HeadsUpStudios Featured By Owner Jul 15, 2008  Professional General Artist
:D
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operative274 Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2008
Damn - seeing this just makes me want to draw some smexy! hehe - The retro feel of the background is justt too funny :D
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HeadsUpStudios Featured By Owner Jul 1, 2008  Professional General Artist
Thanks!
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slappy427 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2008  Hobbyist Filmographer
gotta love the Jetons you have here!!! Expecially Rosie...er...Rosey...er Rosiey...ok what is the official spelling? i have seen it both ways. anyway, i always look forward to new HB stuff from you...well actually anything cuz they are very interesting but i really like the HB stuff. how about Dynomutt and Blue Falcon?
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HeadsUpStudios Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2008  Professional General Artist
I think the official spelling is Rosey. At least that's how it's spelled in my sweet new Hanna-Barbera Treasury book! Dom, if you don't have it already, this is a must-have for any HB fan! Oh, the ultra-cool stuff that's jam-packed in this book! AWESOME STUFF!

And, yeah, Blue Falcon (possibly Dynomutt!) is in the works...but it's super-secret! Don't tell anyone! :D
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slappy427 Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2008  Hobbyist Filmographer
i wrote Jerry Beck to thank him for the book. i told him it was the book that should have been done by now by the various authors that have come out with tome's on this subject already. i also told him that it was a dream realized in tangible 3D greatness! got it just before Christmas and devoured it in front of many a fire on a cold wintry day!
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HeadsUpStudios Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2008  Professional General Artist
Sweet! You know, there's another HB animation book with a cel-type cover that I've not been able to lay my hands on! It's out of print, unfortunately. My brother has it, and it's simply chock full of good HB stuff! Do you have it? I had a line on one from a dealer on the internet, used but in good condition...said he UPS'd it, but they lost it! I got a refund, but no book!:(
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slappy427 Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2008  Hobbyist Filmographer
the one Sennet did was admirable, but chock full of pics and images seen millions of times before. he gets credit in my book for at least trying to showcase the breadth of HB leaving no character or series unearthed. However, the Mallory book which is the one you are asking about...at least i think that is the authors name, is not worth the cell it was mass produced on. as an oversized book to begin with, the pages are surpisingly sparse. i literally was looking at a two page spread about Wally Gator and it had 3 small pictures between both oversized pages. when i think about how chock full those pages could have been with unseen artwork and character design it just made me mad. the other thing it does is use WAY too much artwork that came out of the 90's,; i.e. the stuff created for that short lived craze of owning animation cels. it again was a bunch of lifeless non-production cel art, created in response to the fad that had really nothing to do with the artwork that made what HB became. the artwork of Ed Benedict, and Hawley Pratt and Dick Bickenback was all but missing in this sorry excuse for a coffee table book. i worked at Barnes and Noble at the time it came out and i was very annoyed that something i was passionate about came out and was done with next to no love at all, fanning the flames of that opinion that work from the HB studios was limited and crap, instead of showing what great and innovative things came from them as well as world renouned and beloved characters.
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HeadsUpStudios Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2008  Professional General Artist
So what would recommend as far a book from which I would be able to get some excellent reference for the HB characters?
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