Another of my Faces in the Crowd "normal people" face studies. Like I posted the last time;
I go on Google Image Search and look for photos of crowds. Crowds are usually unposed, so you get a lot of candid faces. I then pick out the clearer faces, and sketch them out. I then refine the features a bit, splitting the difference between the real life person and a caricature of them, and that's sort of arrives at my comic book line work style.
Here's another three guys (and I SWEAR the guy in the upper-right isn't Elvis), BUT I have a little something special to go with this.
After I draw these pieces, any of my daily sketches or commissions as well, I usually post here smaller versions for quick net-viewing. Today, as sort of a peek at the drawing table, I've uploaded a full-size, full-resolution JPEG of the original file (save for watermarking, and slight JPEG artifacting because of a slight quality downgrading so it wasn't too huge).
I'll leave this up for two weeks (that is, until August 24th, 2010), then take it off of my personal server. So take a look while you can at the full-sized image;
CLICK HERE FOR THE PIC.
(Feel free to download -- but not reuse -- the image for a better look.)
Granted, I'm zoomed in even further than this when I draw most things, but this is what they look like on my screens when they're at their 100% size in Photoshop.