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To go with the side eye Darren Criss sketch. Maybe I'll do a whole series of these. Prismacolor pencils on Canson Gray Tone stock.
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“How Much of Robert Downey Jr. Do You Have to Draw Before it’s Recognizable as Robert Downey Jr.?” Drawing

Photo of (most of the) drawing. Prismacolor on Canson. Not all colours used, shown.... obviously.
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Was asked to post more drawings, so here is one from a year ago from my “Women Who Rock” series. Photo of drawing. Prismacolor on Strathmore. Obviously, not all colours used, shown.
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Third, in what has apparently become a series of side eye Glee drawings. Pastels and Prismacolors on Canson Gray Tone stock.
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Prismacolor on Strathmore, digital black background. Finally finished. I blame the cat.
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Crappy photo of drawing. Prismacolor pencil on Canson.
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A quick-ish drawing, a little reminder. Don't fret.
Black, white, various gray Prismacolor pencils on Canson Mi-Teintes gray stock.
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Photo of drawing. Prismacolor on Strathmore, using the powder brushing technique. Latest in my “Women Who Rock” drawing series. I seem to be drawing a lot of leather these days.

(No, those are not all the pencils used. Remember, this is a photo of the drawing, so the actual piece is a little rougher than this appears. No more posting actual scans - too much piracy.)
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Prismacolor pencils on Canson Gray Tone stock.
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Channelling Mr. Mercury.

Because. (Prismacolor on Canson Mi-Teintes gray tone stock.)
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