Number 61 of 150

Starting a new batch. This round will be 15 illustrations of diverse people with various visible disabilities. From this point on, I feel like the poses the client requestes got more interesting. A little bit more dynamic? I do feel like the characters in the previous batches got short-changed a little, though. They also started incorporating props.

Anyway, the first one’s a little girl with a cochlear implant playing the tambourine.

A little Latina girl, age 4-6, stands playing a tambourine.  Her head is turned to the side so we can see that she has a cochlear implant.  She's wearing a t-shirt under a blue and white striped jumper dress, and pink sandals.  Her brown hair is pulled back in a ponytail.

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