shaolinfingerjabs asked: Hello Mr. Yardin. I've asked you several questions before on making comics and have come to you once again with an artistic question. Unimportant minuscule crowds of people. Such as crowds occupying a stadium or an audience at a concert. How do you approach drawing them? Is there a sort of method or just intricate small "dots" and shapes representing the forms of people? Thank you for all the tips and the Game of Thrones audio books are amazing so far. Thanks for the recommendation!
Unimportant information does not need as much detail as the important stuff. How you choose to represent something like a crowd scene is up to you. Obviously a close up is going to require more detail than a far away shot. Abstract dots, lines, shapes all can work to give the appearance of a crowd scene.