So, that backlog of sketches I keep talking about - figured it was time to scan some of them for the sake of not looking like a liar.
...And yes, still hating sci-fi. Some random idea pages:
This one's from about a year or more ago. I like how some of the faces turned out (I think I approach facial construction a little differently now), as well as the patterning on some of the clothing. Not liking the fish oil stain that somehow got onto the middle of the paper. Must've been an awesome dinner.
............Saw some guys hanging out behind the grocery store having a Colt 45 picnic. I like the contrast between the foreground scenario and the cars/freeway in the background, not so much how I drew it (I could've made it clearer) but because for me, is kind of a sign of the times for this country at the moment. Eat your heart out, Dorothea Lange. Drawn from memory.
Some License Plate/ State Union workers having a conversation over a smoke break:
Even more random sequential. Probably was a warm-up for something else:
Some Ayin character studies. I try not to use reference when drawing these, so these are (hopefully) several years worth of lifedrawing sessions paying off:
Still don't think I've codified her look completely. Getting there though:
Like how this one turned out; will probably do a color pass on this soon. Loosely modeled the background after the boardwalk/movie theater plaza in Century City. I'm sure the straps on her gun holster aren't correct, but that's what happens when you don't have proper reference for weaponry.