Not too shabby. I like the chick the most of the two.
Demo portrait practice. Definitely some work to be done still, but it's getting there.
Dr. Who no. 11, done in sepia tone. More of a test to see what I can do with it and see what I can work better on. I gotta start keeping in mind that these don't have to be as rushy as a theme park caricature.
Jermaine, done as a demonstration to one of my newest members of my caricature clan in an effort to show her how to deal with certain hair types. The fuzz above his lip is too dark though, it's the only real strike I have against the sketch.
They wanted to be surfing with sharks. So in both cases they've got sharks propping their boards up. One is a bit more loving than the other though.
Side profile that sold. Parents loved it, and while I didn't do as much with it as I would've liked due to keeping within the time restrictions, it's one of the better sold ones I've done.
Ninja kid. Had a bit of a Samurai Warriors meets MAD with this one. Nobounaga doesn't seem to be all to pleased with how one boy wiped out his army. lol
Older couple. Loved drawing this one for it's challenge. Also tried something a bit different with the people placement that I think worked out a bit better, though admittedly I feel this is easier to pull off with portraits.
And finally, a portrait study I did from a sketch done by the absolutely amazing Candace Brown. I think I figured out quite a bit of stuff from this one.