It's a soggy ol' shirt.
Say, do you have any tips on painting (or really I should start just sketching) semirealistic portraits? I need to find a halfway point between that and my own style for something...
Yeah, it's still in use too. and thanks...
Oi. Are you looking to install actual people (people who're currently living ie relatives) into your stories? Otherwise, a)just keep drawing, and b) try using the head modifier technique...you know, the one where you draw an oval, or a block, and draw out the guide lines for the nose, eyes, mouth, etc. It tends to help keep things in "realistic" perspective...if it doesn't, it's still good practice.
No currently living people, I only wanted to try and draw my hero. I'm far away from that, for plan A, but it seems the most likely choice, since the only reference I have is a paragraph of Fraser's fun description, and my own imaginary impression.
Best part of this, really.
Pardon me, "short"? Did you miss the "Way too TALL" remark in the first picture? And the fact that his extreme height gets referenced again when pictured with me and then my mum?