More drawings. The four main characters have always been incredibly difficult to put down on paper. I have dozens of drawings, sometimes I've come close, but they are always just out of view. I could have simply chosen 'Stereotypes' but I refuse to take that route. Another reason I can't really do this story myself. Tomorrow...
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