Saturday morning I was at Sam’s Club on Rockville Road in Indianapolis doing retail digital caricatures. A percentage of the cost of each drawing went to Riley Hospital for Children.
I was right in the entrance, so this is what the customers would see as they came in (with me sitting and drawing, of course - this was taken before opening.) The vertical flat screen mirrors what I’m drawing on the Yiynova 19U screen.
I began offering the stock body selection I’ve been using for about 6 years at SF and Comic shows in the area.
What would be an over my shoulder shot had I had someone else take the photos.
I have several printers I use in these situations, this is the largest but I had more ink for that one than any other and the Sam’s Club is very close to my house so packing and travel wasn’t an issue.
The banners I use to let folks know where I am and what I’m doing and for how long.
This one was from a photograph of the guy.
Then I realized not everyone would want a silly body so i told them I’d do just their heads.
I was able to donate $100 to Riley Children’s Hospital, a worthy cause.