One of my students at work. He did almost 600 in sales in a single day, which is the official high for the first years as of right now. I figured since he did that I'd do that sketch that he wanted me to do. Can you tell I had fun with it?
Another co-worker from work. His face is a field day.
And another co-worker from work.
One of the few b&w sketches I've done this year to go in a good frame package. Doesn't happen enough IMO.
A body builder teenager with some HUGE arms. Don't know what came over me when I started on the body, but I'm glad it did. Likeness was spot on too, and the parents knew it.
And finally, a sketch of a little girl. Quickie, and pretty standard fare.
She's based off of an old reject I did earlier in the season. I think the nose might still cause it to be a reject, but it does look cuter and a bit more youthful this time.
Old demo from a couple weeks back. Decided to give him color.
A drawing of a kid with glasses. I'm really beginning to like that mineral orange. It DOES tend to look more natural than the golden rod color. I feel like I don't have to mess with it as much at times.
A random couple of guests I drew that day. The lady happened to be a model, and I've become a fan on her fan page recently. As with anyone in the industry, I wish them the best of luck and that they shoot for the stars.
A fun Tarzan and Jane themed one. I feel like the bodies are definitely improving.
And this young guy was a live demo while it was slow. Dad saw it and looked a little disturbed though, but regardless it was still fun to draw.
She wanted to be just standing there. Could've done more with it, but at least I did ask her her favorite color, and whether she's a solids, stripes, or dots kind of girl.
Family of five. Actually glad that they decided to remove the sixth person from the sketch, not necessarily because it couldn't work but because I think it wouldn't have been beneficial to the composition.
A demo. All his friends around him said it looked just like him, but he HATED it. Must be the wide open mouth and teeth.
Another couple, this one turned out a bit better. Especially the dude.
And then there's this couple, who was probably the best sketch I did last night. Still working on some things, but I think this 3/4 view business is really starting to cook now.