My pal Charles Frazier drew this picture of Michelle Trachtenburg as she was walking away because he finds her more eye-catching from behind than in front. I never really noticed her before he sent me the drawing, but it's good to know that at least one person in Hollywoodland has some va va voom curves instead of the typical bony flat caboose so often seen these days. Medium: ink on paper.
The Torpion is a much feared creature of the Tiresome Diva species. It may be observed crawling about the streets of Beverly Hills and is occasionally spotted in New York during Fashion Week. Often dressed in showy frocks of silk, it can best be identified by its bulging eyes and inexplicable hardened globes sprouting from its bony chest plate. Yet despite such obvious identifying features, it often goes unrecognized - which sends it into a predictable fury. Do not attempt to block the Torpion's access to backstage VIP events for it will surely fly into a rage and begin yelping as it attacks with its large claws. Medium: ink on paper, digital color. Much thanks to Stephanie for sending me the delightful Daily Mail link.