Philip David Williams

Freelance Cartoonist & Children's Book Illustrator

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"Portrait of restraint." Leslie gently and tenderly coaxes Jesse into his first kiss.
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"Breakfast BOOYAKASHA!" Tessa learns that waffle ninjas are NOT to be trifled with.
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A special drawing done for a friend of mine, somewhat unconnected to the others.
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Leslie makes a wonderful pillow. And she's never been happier.
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"Sass!" Leslie goes to the kitchen to get Jesse and Logan some drinks, wearing Jesse's lucky clover boxer shorts. Knowing the boys are watching her as she goes, she accentuates her sashaying to ridiculous proportions. Even Albert Einstein's classic pose reacts to Leslie's adolescent attempts at seduction!
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"Geeks in love." Logan finds a girlfriend, Tessa, and Jesse does a quick Etch-A-Sketch of geek love, complete with Star Wars background. (Cookie Monster puts in a cameo appearance.)
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"Steamy." Switching the outside rain for an inside shower, Leslie attempts to bring Jesse to the next stage of adolescence. Jesse...doesn't quite know what to think of it. Poor naïve boy.
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"Do you like how I look in wet clothes?" Sleeping over at Logan's house, Jess and Leslie head out to the backyard to dance and play during a downpour, and Jesse is shocked to find his best friend is actually...A GIRL! (Fortunately the rain covers up the drool fairly well.)
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Allison wants Jesse, looped-up Jesse loves Leslie's sunshiny hair, Leslie's looking to Logan for help, and stoic Logan wonders how he got mixed up with these people!
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"Help yourself, Jesse, to ANYTHING you see." The prim, perfumed princess Allison, who has more than a passing interest in Jesse, offers him up some refreshments...of all varieties! Much to his naïve, oblivious state, he doesn't realize there's a little something "extra" in his drink. Leslie does, however, outside banging on the window to get in.
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"I'll fix this." In the story, Jesse has been betrayed by one of his friends, partially due to Leslie's regretful machinations. Driven to relentless tears, Jesse collapses into the arms of his best (and at this point, only) friend, and Leslie cradles him tenderly. Knowing she was the cause of his utterly distraught state, she can only whisper to him, "I'll fix this," which she soon goes about doing.
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"Superfriends! (Well, MOST of them are friends.)" Jesse, Leslie, and two other kids from this Terabithian fanfiction, Allison and Logan, are playing a form of (partial) superhero dress-up in school: Jesse is on the floor as a version of Spider-Man, Logan has him dead-to-rights as Wolverine, Allison is a sparkly, spiteful, low-rent Black Cat, and the outlandish Leslie Burke is a generic super-hero of her own, the only one wacky enough to walk around in full superhero regalia!
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"Surprise." In an pencil illustration from a fanfiction based off the children's book "Bridge To Terabithia," this the secondary protagonist, Leslie Burke, holding a drawing by the story's main protagonist, Jesse Aarons. Leslie stumbles on the drawing while Jesse's asleep, detailing all the things Jess loves: running, drawing, Spider-Man, their treehouse hideaway in Terabithia, and most of all, Leslie Burke herself, giving her the "I love you" sign in American sign language, much to (illustrated) Leslie's delight.
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Cartooning
Children's Book Illustration
About Me:
I am proficient in all forms of hand-drawn illustrations, but my specialty is cartooning. I've studied the form and mastery of many noted cartoonists, and have achieved my own particular style. I also excel in painting and sketching, still life being another specialty of mine.
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Queens Village, New York, United States