Before I got fired from my job - oh, did I tell you guys I got fired? I got fired. Before that, I was standing around drawing. This was not the reason I got fired. It was an art shop. We could, occasionally, get away with drawing. Occasionally. We just had to remember it was a shop sometimes.
We would demonstrate products to customers using a small pad of A6 paper. I'd often nab one of these pads to doodle in during quiet moments, and during one of these quiet moments I doodled one of The Infamous Five. Then I doodled another one. Eventually, I decided it would be a good idea to draw each member of the five, five times.
I stopped thinking this was a good idea by the tenth drawing, but I'd already started so now I had to finish. And here they are.
The goal was that
each pose represents who they are entirely as a character, their
personality communicated purely by what you're looking at. So that right
away you would know the type of character they are. You wouldn't need to read a bio and could tell each character is vastly different to the other.
I didn't want to use too many props, to just work with body
expressions. Complete improv using only their nature. Although at one point I got bored and went all in with the props. Ha. Each row has a theme.
1. Infamously Casual - How they mostly behave.
2. Infamous Hand Jobs - The hand gestures they use.
3. Infamous Stand Jobs - Even standing is unique.
4. Infamous Props - The shit they use.
5. Infamously Sexy - I kinda messed this one up...
...with the exception of Ant, the middle guy, who I imagine really
would think rubbing his nipples is sexy to others, I just drew the rest
in feminim poses. 'cos it amused me.