I hate to be picky jstraw, and I think that image is REALLY close, but the skis don't quite work: compare, this, which I made by blacking out Tyrone's image with a sharpie and a flair (yeah for old tech!). I've added yours below for comparison. I think the skis are still too long in front, and I think the bits you added to make the tips read don't really work: in the angle we are looking from you can't see the tips in profile. I don't do computer graphics but I do draw. The problem here is one of the hardest things in drawing perspective, which is letting go of what we know in favor of what we see. We know Tyrone is on 180-something Bros, so we really resist drawing skis that look way shorter than his body even though we are viewing the skis head on and the body sideways. This is why when you are drawing it's sometimes helpful to hold up your pencil at arm's length and use it to measure things in you field of sight--its the only way you can convince yourself the the knee of that person sitting in the chair actually looks about the same width as their chest. The same thing with the tips: the way the skis are edged you cant see them but we want to add something, so we throw a little someting in. There are actually a couple of other differences between the tracing and your silhouette: in the tracing you can only see one ski on back, it partly hidden in the photo, and anyway the down hill ski might actually end behingd his uphill leg, or very close to it. Finally, in the tracing there is a very slight curve to the uphill edge of the uphill ski--not enough turn the bros into metrons, but there would be something there in the photo I think, if it wasn't obscured by the snow. One of the interesting things is that the tracing looks almost exactly like the silhouette of Bullet (which I also added below for comparison). Just reversed and a slightly different angle. Which reminds me of another good drawing trick: hold your drawing up to a mirror--it lets you see with a fresh perspective which you lose when you've been working with something for a long time (I guess on a computer you could just flip it). Anyway, I hope this is helpful not obnoxious--I imagine you could be sorry you ever started this thread.