- I like the desk area and Kate --with the exception of the legs it looks reasonably 3-dimensional and solid. The head area is a little flat, and probably more could be done to give the illusion that she has just thunked her head on the desk, but I can live with it.
- Perspective! It gives me conniptions. Blocking multiple bodies in a room is a headache! The whole area around the door is weirdly off. I'd say the top of the door needs to be at least an inch higher. The area where the two walls meet is a problem that I have not yet solved.
- Camera perspective != drawing perspective. The off-axis lines of the door and the walls would not look at all strange in a photograph. But drawn, they look bizarre.
- Must practice drawing men. I do not understand how their faces work, and despite my best efforts Curran still looks strangely Japanese. He's also looking pretty flat --I could probably work that a little more. Right side of the body is looking a bit squished. Pose is a bit static --in my fantasy world I could just tell the model to twist a bit to the left, but alas...
If this were a photograph, this would be the work print (although I'm too lazy to actually redo it):
And just for kicks: drawing time-lapse: