I draw a lot of people sitting in chairs in meetings talking – a lot.
In fact, I do it so much that I can go into “cartoon autopilot” and zone out while I’m doing the ink. As a result, I sometimes miss a line or two.
Usually, it’s the little line behind a character that represents the chair. I leave that out a lot.
So one day, while putting it back in using Photoshop, I pondered what would happen if no one in the scene had a chair. What would happen?
This cartoon wasn’t far behind – and for once, I didn’t have to feel bad about forgetting to draw a chair.
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