You said that matching safari suits would be a good idea. This is the last time I trust you to manage my sartorial well-being.
Check out my sartorial elegance. The rest of you don’t even get as much as a mention. Bunch a’ loosers. You want to look good, get yourself a decent suit – tailored, not your off-the-rack rubbish. And the tie is the clincher. Got that?
And a haircut. And a beard.
Over and out. Got cool stuff to do.
An odd ensemble: business shirt and board shorts. The aviator-style sunglasses and ‘tache sort of finished it off for me…
This is the same person drawn in the post titled Bundled Up With a Book, this time focusing on the linework in the shirt-pattern. I was a bit bored, so trying lots of little changes, rather than really thinking about what I was doing. The journey went pretty quickly as a result.
I didn’t realise at the time that the lady with the massive sunglasses was reading the newspaper over the shoulder of the man in front. Most of this drawing is one continual line. The hatching on the left is the main exception.
More reading. This time in a black, combat-style jacket. Doubt it would last long in a military scenario somehow but that’s fashion for you. No idea what she was reading. Art of War, maybe?
Like many people, this young man has oddly sized feet. It’s very common to have one slightly larger than the other. As casually dressed as he was, this guy was pin-sharp when it came to clothing. I couldn’t see a crease, but would almost swear that his jeans were ironed. Still, he’s cool.