As we came to the northern road, we kept our eyes upon Liberty 5-3000 in the field. And each day thereafter we knew the illness of waiting for our hour on the northern road. And there we looked at Liberty 5-3000 each day. We know not whether they looked at us also, but we think they did.
Then one day they came lose to the hedge, and suddenly they turned to us. They turned in a whirl and the movement of their body stopped... they looked straight upon us, straight into our eyes. There was no smile on their face, and no welcome... Then they turned as swiftly, and they walked away from us.
A tiny excerpt from Anthem by Ayn Rand that inspired this doodle. :) I love this book so muuchhh! In a way, it kind of reminds me of Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card and By the Waters of Babylon by Stephen Vincent Benét, which are also great reads. They're all science-fiction, so if you like that genre you should give each of these a few hours with a cup of tea; they're amazing.
For those who have not read Anthem, replace "we" and "us" and "they" with "I" and "me" and "she/her", respectively. Also, the man in the foreground is Equality 7-2521, and Liberty 5-3000 is the woman in the field.
Read the book and you will understand!
Photoshop Elements 3
Half Acre by Hem.