Here's another pen on scratchboard 12x16 piece, illustrating Hitchcock's classic Rear Window. Between Rear Window and Vertigo, it seems Hitchcock took sick pleasure in throwing James Stewart out of windows, and offered prime caricature material.
While I had planned on keeping Stewart as the focal point, after doing dozens of thumbnail drawings it just wasn't quite working. I had one that cut Stewart out of the drawing almost completely, focusing instead on Hitchcock's enjoyment of dumping him out of the wheelchair. Much more interesting!
Finally, here is a version done up as a mock MAD Magazine cover for the Hartford Art School MFA in Illustration program. I haven't yet published a magazine cover, but wouldn't MAD be an incredible place to start?! (wink, wink)