Jim and Pam – Casino Night

About a year and a dozens drawings later, I’ve reached the episode with all the feels, Casino Night. To paraphrase Kelly on the Office, how can something so beautiful be so sad?

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Jim and Pam – A Good Day

Next up in my Jim and Pam series is a scene from ep 219 “Michael’s Birthday”. This was my first piece on 14x11in paper and also the first time I tried doing my outlines with Col-Erase pencils instead of graphite.

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This will also go down as the first piece a cast member noticed as Pam herself liked it on Instagram!

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why yes I did have a fangirl meltdown when this happened, how’d you know?

Jim and Pam – 27 Seconds

I have a lot of love for ep. 211 “Booze Cruise” and I wanted to do justice to the equally lovely and heartbreaking 27 Seconds of Silence scene. I played around with all sorts of layouts, but I decided to stitch together a bunch of frames to get my reference. I also decided to try out doing a background on a different paper and putting it together in Photoshop. I’ve already fussed around a lot with the background version and probably will more in the future, but it’s presentable.

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Jim and Pam – Secret Santa

Somehow I didn’t get this posted for Christmas but here is my latest PB&J piece from ep 210 “Christmas Party”. I used a silly promo shot for reference, and that paper ream “Christmas tree” just about did me in! I also added a little detail, can you find it? (answer after the pic)

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Did you notice the little white bit in Jim’s back pocket? That’s the famous teapot card. And yes, the mistletoe ribbon was also added.

Jim and Pam – Swaying (Isn’t Dancing)

That’s right, more PB&J! I really love this scene from ep 207 “The Client” where Jim and Pam share earbuds and dance sway to a song, one of the great “little moments” that they had.

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The background was drawn on a separate paper and added in digitally, and I really like the result! Here’s the no background version (which I also like)

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