[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
I already posted this on Tumblr, but I might as well stick it here, too. Here's my gift for powerbottomjeeves, in response to the prompt for "Jeeves in a nightshirt":



Original post here: http://wotwotleigh-prime.tumblr.com/post/159279436421/powerbottomjeeves-jeevesandwoosterexchange

Hello all!

Mar. 6th, 2017 12:52 am
[identity profile] viianthe.livejournal.com
Hi everyone! I posted this on tumblr already [here], but I've been peering in on indeedsir for a (very short) while now and figured I'd make my entry with this -



I've never used livejournal before in my entire life, since I'm just a few years off having been part of the lj boom for fandoms, but... I think I can figure out how this site works. Probably.

A little miffed that I didn't check in just after I'd finished the lines, or I would have seen the post about Jeeves and Stanley Holloway and that might have influenced me to change the interpretation of his looks, but it's much too late now.

I had enough of a crisis just figuring out whether or not I wanted to put Bertie in spats because I used the live-action with Fry and Laurie as my outfit guide and, well. I didn't want to needlessly mix eras, even though Wodehouse himself seemed perfectly content to, hahah. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Hi, everyone! It's me (AGAIN). I just wanted to give you all a link to my newest project, A Visual Guide to the World of Wooster. It's kind of a continuation of my "Classic Wodehouse Illustrations" series here on Indeedsir.

There are only a couple posts up so far, but I hope you will enjoy them!
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
I am so excited! I found a treasure trove of historic newspapers with illustrated Jeeves and Bertie stories dating to the mid '20s and early '30s. A whole slew of these stories were published in the Boston Daily Globe in 1925, and again in its later incarnation, the Daily Boston Globe, between 1929 and 1932. Today, we're going to look at the latter group.

Tragically, the person did these illustrations is uncredited, and the bounder did not sign their name. It is assuredly not cartoonist Gene Mack, who did Wodehouse illustration duty for the Boston Globe in 1925. But whoever they might be, this person created a Jeeves of such surpassing loveliness that he gives Henry Raleigh's dishy Right Ho-era Jeeves a run for his money.



Yes, that's Jeeves.

Yowza! )

And that's all I have from Mystery Illustrator for now. All in all quite nicely done, but lacking a certain spark. Next time, I will show you the work of their predecessor, Gene Mack.

Previous entries:

"Bingo and the Little Woman" and "The Metropolitan Touch"
"Comrade Bingo"
"Bertie Changes His Mind"
"Leave It to Jeeves"
Right Ho, Jeeves
"The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace"
"Aunt Agatha Takes the Count"
"Jeeves in the Springtime"
"Scoring Off Jeeves" and "Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch"
"Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest"
"The Great Sermon Handicap"
"The Purity of the Turf"
"Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg"
"Jeeves and the Chump Cyril" and "Extricating Young Gussie"
Joy in the Morning
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
I have more classic Wodehouse illustrations coming, but first, a bit of a palate cleanser. It's no secret around here that my favorite of all the artists who depicted Bertie and Jeeves back in the day is Arthur Wallis Mills. *dreamy sigh*



Overly ragey Jeeves notwithstanding, I still maintain that A. W. Mills "got" Wodehouse's work more than anyone else who put their hand to it. So I decided to take a look at some of his other work and get an idea of what else he got up to. I was not disappointed!

Spodes and Gussies and Aunts, oh my . . . )

And finally, let us never forget that this scene once flowed from A. W. Mills' pen:


0_0
[identity profile] wotwotleigh.livejournal.com
Oh, my fellow Indeed_Sirrers, it has been so long! I don't know how many of you are still around who remember this series, but a million years ago in internet time (so like 4 years ago) I started gathering and posting illustrations from the original publications of various Jeeves and Bertie stories/novels. I posted all the ones that were easy for me to come by online, mostly from 1910s-early 1920s issues of Cosmopolitan and The Strand.

Well, today I bring you illustrations from the American publication of Joy in the Morning (Doubleday and Co., 1946) by illustrator Paul Galdone. Now, I don't want to say I 100% hate everything about them, but . . . yeah. I'm sorry, Mr. Galdone, you were a perfectly fine children's book illustrator. But this just ain't ringing my chimes. :(



Uh, Bertie, about that suit . . . )

Previous entries:

"Bingo and the Little Woman" and "The Metropolitan Touch"
"Comrade Bingo"
"Bertie Changes His Mind"
"Leave It to Jeeves"
Right Ho, Jeeves
"The Delayed Exit of Claude and Eustace"
"Aunt Agatha Takes the Count"
"Jeeves in the Springtime"
"Scoring Off Jeeves" and "Sir Roderick Comes to Lunch"
"Jeeves and the Unbidden Guest"
"The Great Sermon Handicap"
"The Purity of the Turf"
"Jeeves and the Hard-Boiled Egg"
"Jeeves and the Chump Cyril" and "Extricating Young Gussie"
[identity profile] fluxit-sanguine.livejournal.com

The last time I posted to 'Indeed, Sir' it was for a needlessly depressing bit of fan-fic-age.

Today I bring you 'Itty-Bitties' (stuffed animals of popular characters distributed by the Hallmark store here in the U.S.) sewn into tiny suits by yours truly and passed off as Jeeves and Wooster.

Read more... )



[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
Have this thing that looks like it belongs on a vintage tin of mints, and some other little scribbles under the cut.


Read more... )
[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
Some general Wodehouse scribbles I found in the recesses of my blog, and a quick Jooster painting I did last night.

Read more... )
[identity profile] ladykeane.livejournal.com
After all these years I still adore J&W and the fan community around it ^^ Pardon me while I dump a whole bunch of silly fanworks. These are already posted elsewhere, but meh, I'm a comment whore. Hope this isn't too heavy a post.



First some silly fanart:


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Next a silly music parody of 'Black Butler'/'Kuroshitsuji' (I've seen it mentioned here a few times and I'm sure the parallels have escaped no-one):


And finally a silly fanfiction with heavy handed adulation of Oscar. The LJ cut seems to not want to co-operate with me so I'll just post the DA link instead of dragging the whole thing here:

http://ladykeane.deviantart.com/art/Jeeves-the-Cat-the-Bird-and-the-Playwright-546397296
[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
I've been listening to a lot of Halsey's Badlands album recently, and I can't help but think of Jeeves whenever her cover of 'I Walk the Line' comes on, so I did a little paint.
[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
I'm sorry! I feel really bad about dumping so much half-assed stuff here, but these little doodles are the only things keeping me sane in between school assignments and work. Hopefully I'll find time to do some actual quality J&W related illustrations soon and not just stream of consciousness drawings.

Read more... )
[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
Some silly J&W related doodles from my mess of a personal blog.

Read more... )

Hello!

Sep. 1st, 2015 10:42 pm
[identity profile] transcendr.livejournal.com
I've been a long-time admirer of this community, but this is my first time posting (my first time using livejournal at all, in fact). I don't have much in the way of content to offer at the moment, but I have this little paint of Jeeves sitting on my art blog, and a few other tiny skeches / scribbles of Jeeves and Bertie lurking there as well. I have a lot of ideas for bigger Wodehouse-related illustration projects-- school starts back up for me in just two days, but I'm hoping to get to them in between class projects!

Anyhow, thanks for supplying me with years of amazing content! I truly appreciate it, and hope I can offer some of my own in return soon!
[identity profile] horriyuo.livejournal.com
Hullo! I've been drawing a lot of Jooster lately so I decided to make something seasonal for you lot.

art under the cut )
[identity profile] storyfan.livejournal.com
Scroll down just a little to see a webcomic artist's perception of Mike & Psmith, just as they begin their school year together.

http://www.grisbymanor.com/may-filler-post-number-three-psmith/

I already have several versions of "Mike & Psmith," but I'd buy one illustrated by this artist as soon as it hit the market. Maybe I'll put a bug in the artist's ear…

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