A few more people

I’m taking it easy, just slipping in a few sketches into my regular day for the “One Week One Hundred People” challenge this week.

I kinda like that the third guy is cut off: it’s a framing strategy I will use more often. I hit on it only because I was trying something different: starting to sketch him from the tip of his shoe upwards… Don’t like that strategy and wish you could see what he looked like? Well, he’s sketch #125 in the pages below.

Wondering what these guys were talking about? The usual boring stuff. Startups and the housing market. And that new favorite topic: Put three people together and at least one of them has a sister (replace with “best friend” or any close relative) who is a doctor, and their opinion on covid and mask mandates is the last word on those subjects.

More sketches from that session. I felt kinda bad for #118, (with a second appearance as #124) she’ had obviously left her reading glasses at home.

Still sticking to my 2-pen and a charcoal pencil strategy. It’s very freeing.

For some super-inspiring work in black and white, watch this video of Mark Anderson’s sketches from the week.

About Suhita Shirodkar

obsessive-sketcher. graphic designer.
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6 Responses to A few more people

  1. Michele says:

    Your comments are just as wonderful as your drawings! Thank u



  2. Steve says:

    Which make and model of pens do you use? The sketches are amazing!

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  3. Interesting sketches!!

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  4. Bernadette says:

    Drawing family sure helps. Your fares are like eye candy! They are beautifulđź‘Ź


  5. Bernadette says:

    Oops…must have been half asleep with several typos and incomplete thoughts in my above post.
    I’ll try again.
    Drawing your family almost daily, if not more often sure does help! It makes you a masterful figure drawer. I find them so delicious…like eye candy!

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