This is another Society of Illustrators sketch. The coloring was influenced by the Hubble Space Telescope photography I’ve been gorging my eyes upon. Nebulae can be any colors you could imagine, but my favorite ones had this ultramarine-magenta mix!
Sometimes I just draw things I want to have. The closest I could find to this, after searching the whole Internet, was a laptop cover, but it wasn’t a suitcase!
Image credit: NASA, ESA, and the Hubble Heritage (STScl/AURA)-ESA/Hubble Collaboration (NOTE: Many images on Hubblesite.org are in the public domain, but a few are not. Read their copyright notice before using.)
A long overdue post from Society of Illustrators Sketch Night, and there are more ladies on the way! These two models were dressed as flappers. I think they were both burlesque performers.
One of them kept making these scowling, sneering expressions. She also had a septum ring and this wig made of shiny black feathers that looked like spiky hair, so I sent her about sixty years into the future: