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.

Number 55 of 150

A boy with longer, shaggy hair. The hair reference the client gave me for this one was a picture of D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai as Bear Smallhill in Reservation dogs.

I’m not really sure why, but some of the characters in this project were supposed to be drawn with them holding up their hand(s) as if holding something. This was a collaborative project, with different artists handing different parts, so that’s not too weird. But I was never told what they were to be holding. Any guesses?

A cartoon illustration of an Indigenous American boy standing with one hand raised as if holding something.  He is smiling and has long, shaggy, black hair.  He's wearing black jeans, black sneakers, a white t-shirt, and a yellow plaid overshirt.