Drapery & folds are fun! :D
Attempting to write my name in Gallifreyan.
Effin’ nerds, man. (I love them)
Done with a compass, which, as you can see, is hard to use without practice. Care to correct mine or share your attempts?
HAPPY EVERYTHING, EVERYBODY!
That’s not creepy, right?
I saw this hipster chick on the subway last month. Yes, her outfit was that coordinated. Yes, her top & purse were all sparkly. Yes, her hair was pretty awesome.
I’m enjoying doing these sketches and then coloring in Photoshop. People watching is great drawing exercise & I’m sure will eventually be good fodder for the Commuter series I’ve been working on.
Another subway rider sketch. I realize I don’t have nearly enough dudes.
New sketchbook drawing (colored in Photoshop):
So anyway, I saw this lady on the subway a couple weeks ago. Yes, this is an accurate portrayal. However, right before she got off, she took a t-shirt out of her tiny purse and put it on. She rode in from Manhattan to Brooklyn - Why did she wait all this time to put a shirt on? And if a shirt doesn’t concern her, why bother at all? Was she coming from the gym? Why not use a gym bag or backpack? These questions are important!!
Usually I just scan drawings like this from my sketchbook (my plain book, not my watercolor-paper book), but I felt the color was really important for this one. The yellow leggings make it much curiouser, I think.
New sketch comic. Only I made it into an animated GIF. It’s my first one! Yay, learning! Anyway, this happened on the subway the other day. I was on my way home. I was super grumpy. ‘Nuff said.
New sketchbook drawing & ‘nother subway rider! This lady had fluorescent yellow hairs, pink ear buds and false eyelashes. :3 I really appreciate it when strangers make themselves extra interesting for me.