Tom's Daily Coronacature- Ian McKellen as Holmes!
13 days ago - By Tom Richmond
I went with Ian McKellen as Sherlock from the film “Mr. Holmes”! That movie came out about a year after I did my Sherlock print, so he wasn't included (I would have added him in... great performance!) McKellen's face is mostly about the nose, tiny little mouth and the heavy skin above his eyes that obscure his upper eyelids. That creates a very diagonal line going down from the nose bridge past the outside corner of the eye.
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