These sketches were done in one afternoon/evening when going with Rachael to the first fitting of her wedding dress. They're all done with a Lamy Safari fountain pen with Levenger's Empyrean ink, washed with a waterbrush for shading.
This was an apartment building across from the parking lot where I waited for Rachael to arrive on the metro.
Inside the bridal shop, I was sitting in front of a wall-sized mirror, in a large room full of wall-sized mirrors and doors. This one was fun.
After the mirrors, I drew a few quickies, just to unwind a little bit.
The one on the right is the lower part of Rachael's dress, done quickly while she stood on a platform while the seamstress pinned up the hem to the correct length.
It was a very pleasance evening. Not too long after, life went to hell in a handbasket. We're through the worst of it now, with a new appreciation of what family means.