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Jackson DeForest Kelley (January 20, 1920 June 11, 1999) was an American actor known for his iconic roles in Westerns and as Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy of the USS Enterprise in the television and film series Star Trek.
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oil on canvas

I to my perils
of cheat and charmer
came clad in armor
by stars benign.

Hope lies to mortals
and most believe her
but man's deceiver
was never mine.

The great gul of trek has finally decided to put an end to all the suffering on the planet....by it's destruction!!
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From Star Trek 2009

Drawing Time: 4 hours

Tools:
Kneaded Eraser
Drawing Stump
Tortillion
Graphite Pencil: 6B, 5B, 3B, B, 3H, 4H
Charcoal Pencil
Black Ink Pen
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This is one of 10 paintings commissioned by Rittenhouse Archives for their 2010 Woman of Star Trek card series. This was the compoleted painting that was used for the 10 card subset which was also the only original art used for the set, the rest were photos. The art is done 8x10 on heavy board painted by Acrylic Gouache.

Interesting to note, ALL the original art had to approved by the actresses who played the characters, it was a great honor to hear feedback from these wonderful women. Some of them approved our paintings the 1st time we submitted them for approval, some took 1 or more revisions but all of them did have very useful things to say about the artwork of themselves and quite useful. Let's just say, we learned a lot about painting women from painting these 10 famous beauties!
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This is one of 10 paintings commissioned by Rittenhouse Archives for their 2010 Woman of Star Trek card series. This was the compoleted painting that was used for the 10 card subset which was also the only original art used for the set, the rest were photos. The art is done 8x10 on heavy board painted by Acrylic Gouache.

Interesting to note, ALL the original art had to approved by the actresses who played the characters, it was a great honor to hear feedback from these wonderful women. Some of them approved our paintings the 1st time we submitted them for approval, some took 1 or more revisions but all of them did have very useful things to say about the artwork of themselves and quite useful. Let's just say, we learned a lot about painting women from painting these 10 famous beauties!
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This is one of 10 paintings commissioned by Rittenhouse Archives for their 2010 Woman of Star Trek card series. This was the compoleted painting that was used for the 10 card subset which was also the only original art used for the set, the rest were photos. The art is done 8x10 on heavy board painted by Acrylic Gouache.

Interesting to note, ALL the original art had to approved by the actresses who played the characters, it was a great honor to hear feedback from these wonderful women. Some of them approved our paintings the 1st time we submitted them for approval, some took 1 or more revisions but all of them did have very useful things to say about the artwork of themselves and quite useful. Let's just say, we learned a lot about painting women from painting these 10 famous beauties!
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Graphite pencil on Smooth paper (A4)

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Benedict Cumberbatch as John Harrison/Khan in 2013 movie "Star Trek - Into Darkness"
I enjoyed the movie and I found the character particularly interesting, so I decided to draw him.
This portrait has been quite a challenge to me, but I had fun drawing it, as I have been able to try many new techniques.

Tools:
H-9B Derwent pencils
2B 0.5 mm mechanical pencil
blending stumps (a fine one for the details and, larger one and a paper tissue for the large areas)
eraser/kneaded eraser
Paper:
A4 rough paper
Size:
A4 sheet
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Sketches done in the early 90's as preliminaries for a box cover for a video game.
I'll try to get a copy of the final painted one up soon.
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experiment work, What it looks like if Enterprise draw by Chinese ink?
It's draw for fun! Lets see......

check others:
www.jung-shan.blogspot.tw/2013…
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