The top is an extra sketch which I will make a color version soon.
Wolf and Greyhound known each other since they were kids so it makes sense why they're so close.
I was thinking of a short flashback story on how they first met and the story is very rough in progress right now. But I can give what I have so far and a quick description of their background story.
(Wolf) Since he was a kid, Wolf admired his father, who was talented saxophonist, and wanted to be just like him. Wolf's father was a kind, hardworking man and a passionate saxophonist performing night club. Influenced by his father's passion, Wolf made his life dream to be a great saxophonist like his father.
(Greyhound) Since birth, Greyhound was a talented pianist and he loved to play jazzy and wild music but his father was against it. Instead, his father strictly made him play and practice classical and made sure he didn't have any contact with the outside world.
So before the Jazz Animals band formed, Wolf and Greyhound were born into opposite class status. Greyhound was born in high-class, rich, status and Wolf was born into the middle-class. They both lived in the same building where the rich lived at higher floors whereas the lower-class lived in the bottom floors.
And this how the story starts. One day, when Greyhound was practicing alone, he hears a music coming from outside. He looks outside his window and hears the music coming from below. He looks and see Wolf is sitting on the ledge of the window and playing his saxophone. Wanting to get his attention, Greyhound shouts but is unsuccessful since their floors is two story away from each other. Thinking, he gets an idea. He grabs one of his music sheet and crumbled it into a ball and drops it. The ball hits the tip of Wolf's saxophone and surprise him. As Wolf looks around, another crumbled ball hit his head and he looks up. He sees Greyhound happily waving his arms. Greyhound shouts at him but Wolf shout that he couldn't hear him. Thinking again, Greyhound got another idea. He takes another sheet music and a pen. He writes his message on the back and crumble the paper into a ball and then signal Wolf to catch it. As he drops it and Wolf catches the ball. As Wolf uncrumple the sheet, the message on it shows, "I like your song. It's amazing!" As he read this, he blushes at the compliment.
And that's what I got so far. I'll continue on working on this, but in the meantime, I need to juggle on prepping for AX, finding an internship, and thinking of an actual story for Jazz Animals.
Till next time. Too-Da-Loo~
Wolf and Greyhound from Jazz Animal © me