I enjoy this. V for Vendetta is one of my favorite movies. 1 question, is the charatcter you draw a representation of yourself and have you ever thought of drawing a woman of darker skin. A friend an I have been discussing colorism and racism within Islam and/or media images of Muslim men but especially women with regard to the Hijab.
Thanks I guess I draw them this way because it's just easier for me to draw myself and friends around me. There are no muslimahs with darker skin in my area. But you're right, that they should be more present. Me too, I once realized the lack of variance in my drawings and so I drew this: [link] pays more attention on this point. He draws a lot of different hijabis. Anyway, thanks for your suggestion, I'll take it up (:
Sorry, but I don't get it, V wasn't anti-Government (he was pro-government in fact) he was anti-authoritarianism. That's problematic for using him to promote religiously mandated clothing, if not flat out contradictory.