So I had wanted to post a zombie illustration since I had started watching The Walking Dead last night so in searching for images I can across this one. I thought it was great because it takes the classic Jane Austin book Pride and Prejudice to new extremes with changing the story line to incorporate a zombie outbreak. The sketch style is kind of rough and the shading is done by using smaller lines and crosshatching. This illustration really intrigued me because you see these elegant women from like the 1800's that have pulled out daggers and just have expressions upon their faces that are determined to do whatever they need to in order to survive. These women have turned from well-mannered ladies to badass zombie killers. Behind the main two women up front you can see others in the back that have slit a zombie's throat or put a dagger through one's head. These women clearly will defend their lifestyle and belongings to the fullest extent. For some reason I can even picture them after slaying all the zombies sitting down to have a cup of tea and chit-chatting while the bodies and bloodied mess surround them. I am pleased with the illustrators style and making all the different bodies stand out even though their is no color. He does this by the weight of his lines and their spacing of one another. The only thing i would change with this illustration is how some of the bodies have seemed to run off the page. This doesn't bother me so much on the bottom but on the sides it seems to just end too abruptly for me, especially on the right side. I would like to see what the woman on the right in the back is doing exactly.