Playing around with Ink and Pen's Brush like style.
From my imagination, and without any construction lines underneath.
Made with an Wacom's 'Graphire 3' tablet and in AR 2.
Dear Jose_Diogo, i think he should not be juggling his dinner,,, this is very nice, i imagine it would be hard to put the strokes exactly where you want them in black ink style, good job,,,,
lots of movement in there, not just because of the subject, but the strokes give it that feeling,
Draw what you see!....not what you think you see!!
My artist friend
We Must each think of ourselves as an endless work in progress
The subject and brush and ink is reminiscent of comic books, (or even sketches by Rembrandt) but it indicates you are telling a story rather than just making an artsy pic.
The overall looseness is nice. But in order to really pull it off, you might want to attend to the construction of the head and hands more.
That way, the looseness of the other marks fall into place, as they are less important for telling your story.
But well drawn the head and hands will often be enough to make a good pic. And the rest can get looser.