For the last several years, I've taken scores of pictures of men working on construction sites, trying to figure out how best to arrange this image. After all that, I basically wound up drawing a composition that made sense to me---without any real reference. Sigh. Here's the thumbnail.
Here's the sketch. (This is actually a pre-sketch sketch. I worked out the image on some scrap paper before committing it to the bristol board.)
Here's the inked/non-erased stage (now on the bristol). This one is a challenge, because there are several planes (close, middle, and long range), and there is a lot of black on black overlap of those planes. So the trick is to make sure that the three planes are clear. Luckily, your brain understands that people who look significantly smaller are typically further away (rather than being tiny), but there's still the struggle of making sure that overlapping lines don't undermine the illusion of depth. There are lots of lines on this one, but I think it mostly clear what's going on because of the varying line weights and details. (hopefully?)
And the final page.