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Lines: Achieving a Likeness with Different Approaches

I love working in a series just in an evening—sketching the same subject over and over to see how I can approach it with different tools, media, or even just something like line which is infinitely variable. I’ve posted three sketches of British actor Robert Morley in this post. I became a fan of his […]


More Fun with the Squeezy Pens

Left: Actor Arthur Space, known for lots of roles, but who played the father in the National Velvet Television show (which ran continuous reruns in gymkhana crazy Melbourne, Australia). I caught him one night in an episode of "Perry Mason." Pentel Color Brush with black pigmented ink on an 8.5 x 11 inch (or so) […]


There’s Something Marvelous about the Noses on Character Actors

Above: Pentel Pocket Brush Pen sketch filled in with various Montana Acrylic Markers, in an 8.5 x 11 inch (approx.) Japanese Lined Journal (which yes I still need to make a video of and have promised forever!) I cut my right index finger which I use to scroll with the mouse, and of course to […]


Fun with Character Actors

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Character Actors Make Great Sketching Practice

The full post is more on my practice for the Portrait Party.

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