It’s Sketchbook Monday! On a Wednesday! Just like old times. Monday was Labor Day here in the United States so I wasn’t planning a Monday update. Also, the Internet was out for whatever reason.
We begin with an age progression. These are usually fun to do. Here’s a character as a toddler, around age three or so.
Here they are again, further into childhood. Around age nine.
Now he’s a teenager, age thirteen-ish. Because of the way I placed everything on the sketchbook page, I didn’t have room to do the full bodies of these last two.
Finally, the character has reached young adulthood, around age seventeen or eighteen.
Bonus sketch: age 118.
Random stoic girl for a story idea in my head that I likely won’t ever bother to develop. It takes place in a future where full-body transplants have become a thing. This young girl is actually an FBI agent in disguise…
Like I said before, I really like doing sketches in profile. The shape of the face in profile is just a lot of fun.
I tend to sketch really rough, so there’s not usually enough room to really detail the eyes. Sometimes I’ll just draw an eye by itself to work on one.