Then when I got up, I was chipper. Bright eyed and bushy tailed. In a swellagain mood! No headache, that helped, I'm sure. No extra body heaviness drag, that was huge, most likely. But it wasn't just the absence of negative stuff; it was the presence of positive stuff too.
That's when I realized I don't get to the point of drawing the head of my lil sketches.
So I made a point on the next one to START with the head. Duran Duran's "Girls on Film". In my mind I was seeing very 80s big hair with dangling earrings and such. Whatcha think?
Still no face. And obviously my camera skills are way lacking.
But there wasn't much time to reflect on that before that short couple few minutes' worth of song was over and "We Don't Need Another Hero" came on.
My first thought was of the hero~character from yesterday's Twice Upon a Time. The curlicue hair swirl with the gleaming oversized teeth that sparkled in a huge smile captured the character just right. But that wasn't what I focused on.
I started with the cape. Then the arms akimbo, and the leg in a spradle straddled stance. And of course, the obligatory "S" emblazoned on the chest.
Still no head, but that's ok. We don't focus on the head of heros. We tend to focus on their brawn, not their brains. suuuuuuuuuuuuuper.