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Day #364 – Stefan Molyneux Drawing

For my penultimate drawing I’ve chosen Stefan Molyneux, who has one of the most interesting channels on the Internet.

Fairly happy with the outcome… not a great likeness but looks alright if you didn’t know who it was supposed to be, I guess.

Drawing of Stefan Molyneux

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Day #363 – Tony Soprano Drawing

Continuing to experiment with my pens. It’s the late Gandolfini as Tony Soprano.

Drawing of Tony Soprano

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Day #360 – Irvin D. Yalom Drawing

I’ve just finished the terrific book Love’s Executioner so drawing its author Irvin D. Yalom was my first thought.

I think I caught the eyes okay but the rest of the drawing is a bit flat and boring.

Drawing of author and Psychotherapist Irvin D. Yalom

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Day #355 – Al Swearengen Drawing

Tried a charcoal drawing with only the darkest charcoal and white for the highlights on toned paper. Did it fast so it’s not good but kind of fun to do anyway. Might try this again with more patience sometime.

Drawing of Al Swearengen

 

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Day #354 – Brian Blessed Drawing

Kinda similar facial hair to yesterday’s drawing of Donald Sutherland. It’s Brian Blessed; the loudest man in Britain.

Drawing of Brian Blessed

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Day #353 – Donald Sutherland Drawing

A drawing of Donald Sutherland. Used toned paper and white charcoal for the highlights. I think I captured the essence of the source photo better in this drawing than almost any other in this whole challenge. I might look back at it tomorrow and totally disagree with that statement but right now I feel pretty satisfied. Probably spent an hour on it total.

Drawing of Donald Sutherland