Everywhere Is Everywhere

Jenny Everywhere, that is.
Jenny Everywhere, AKA Shifter, is a public domain character with the ability to shift between realities. This quite conveniently making her available for anybody to use in their own fictional reality.

And, once again, Warren Ellis has issued an irresistable challenge – to visualize Jenny Everywhere.

Later, i will rant about “What the fuck is wrong with the world?!?!” Pulling up visual reference for Ron Post and Savage Henry was ridiculously hard when they should be widely known. I begin to think no-one will recognize anyone in the piece…

But here’s the result in the little time i had allowed. I would have liked to have another half dozen or more reality shifters in the place, but it must have been a rare slow time:

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