He began as a sketch on the floor of my workshop. That's how I often start-- I keep a supply of sidewalk chalk on hand for this.
Next I framed in his body and head. It's important to get the proportions right, and also the biomechanics- balance etc.
I actually have kind of a thing about the feet. It's a detail that is often overlooked in sculpture, but I like my pieces to balance properly- to stand on their feet just as they would in real life. So I take a lot of time to get the feet right, even if most people will never notice this.
Slowly he was filled-in and took shape.
He went home with someone else, a gallery sale, but now anyone can enjoy a print of him on any of the Artitude tees or the messenger bag.