First celebrity portrait
12 days ago - By Nora MacPhail
9x12" - charcoal drawing with watercolourWell, as I stated in my last post, I've been working towards getting a likeness while still keeping things painterly. I'm not actually a huge fan of this celebrity , he just has an interesting face. In fact, I google 'older men' images and he popped up, so I drew him. It seems easier to tell if I achieved a likeness by drawing people we all know... ; )
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