Oh man, overcompensation on the shading in this one! I think I like it though. I also like how his little Jansport never came off his back as he so actively listened to the talk. That hair was legit shiny.
Sometimes I tackle too wide of a scope and don't get into detail on any of the figures. That's what happened here I think and I just feel eh about it. Maybe I should have written the extra complicated equations on the screen that I was very much ignoring...
K, so just one day in Detroit, but it was a good one. I like how the landscape of buildings came out, better than I do the actual figures. I'll admit that the figures make a nice addition to the drawing as a whole (thanks for modeling, sisB).
Photo credit to J. Perrello on January 17, 2015 in Detroit (MI).
Stripes, plaid, vertical buttons, patterned hair, and the most symmetrical head of all time. I swear, I had such a hard time tackling the figure on the right. Who knew symmetry could be such a challenge?
It seems like I sampled three kinds of drawing techniques for the hairstyles--plus a smudge...this is what happens when it takes me 6 months to actually post this drawing. I think I like how the middle figure's hair came out. The twisted hair with little tiny poofs of hair at the end. Precious. The others came out a bit stiff and abstract.