Great job to Wassy on her Incredible's drawing! Its a fun drawing and I love the humor! I really dig her use of light to help define form in her drawing and the way you can see that this would make a great under-drawing for a painting! Thanks also to Wassy for calling me out (politely !) for this streetfight, it was a fun one and win or lose I am up for a future rematch and she can pick the topic next time (just so long as it doesn't involve painting !).
Thanks also to everyone who commented on my drawing! I appreciate ALL the crits, which are spot on, made note of, and lessons learned from ! I definitely blew it in trying to give some of those faces more "form" (using an old, well-used, paper shading-stump in most cases) and was off-character in more than one instance; without wanting to make ANY excuses, I think my eyes are going on me because I'm increasingly having a hard time drawing "small" despite the fact that this is drawn @ 11x17 in actual size!
The curvilinear perspective is more of a "pseudo-curvilinear-perspective", as I put the VPs in at the various spots that "seemed" about right and then sort of freehanded the buildings in from there. I quickly found out that I had no French-curves large enough to "reach" the VPs in a lot of cases and I lost my trusty compass that had an "extendo-arm" to draw arcs long enough to make it believable, so it's pretty wonky . Even so, I tried to "true-up" some of the lines with the French curve, and was a ways off from the VP I was aiming at. Lessons learned there too ! Still, I had fun drawing it!