Still working with the duff finger, still drawing the Doctor. This was where I returned to the Dr.’s universe. Chris Eccleston started a great run on the new series.
Has it been that long since I posted here?? Put it down to a trapped nerve in my index finger. You ever tried to draw with a numb finger? Any way where was I? Oh, yes, the Dr Who sketches. Here is Tom Baker, Dr. no. 4. This was were I got off the Dr Who train. Didn’t jump back on untill…see my next post.
Doctor Who number three, John Pertwee.
Brush pen and markers.
As christmas is fast approaching all thought’s turn to the traditional things that we all know and love. Turkey, gifts, family, the sound of music and the Queens speech. Or in my case the Dr Who Christmas special. And to mark such an awesome occasion here is the first of the Doctors, William Hartnell, who was the Dr. from 1963 to 1966. More coming…
OK, another non to sucessful sketch. Let’s just say this is ‘Ian’ you can try to figure out exactly who this is supposed to be. Brush pen and marker
And this is supposed to be Don Cheadle. Don’t think this worked too well as a likeness although I still like it as just a sketch. Brush pen and markers.
Is this ‘Pop’ art? Brush pan and markers.
The prince of darkness, Vincent Price. Brush pen and markers