Good evening, readers. If you really want to know this picture’s origins, everyone had to draw it in that class I had last year (yeah, it’s not a photo). I actually drew this one before trying that Chris Pratt one, and I think this one came out a little better, even if you can see the grid lines in the background. They give it some flavor. Oh, and this might be my best drawing, like, ever, so there’s that!
I’d planned to post this sometime near ol’ Abe’s birthday… but the picture gets to be topical instead. I guess all I want to say is: in light of whatever the heck is happening in our country, let us not forget what this man stood for. That’s it.
Hey everybody, I hope you are having better days than I am. I’m guessing you don’t come down here to read about my problems, though, so allow me to change the subject.
Here’s another assignment from my drawing class; we were told to draw the portrait of anybody we pleased, and I couldn’t think of anyone better than this famous actor (hopefully you can tell who he is without even needing to read the title). He’s pictured here based on a notable scene from Parks and Recreation, but you might know him from Guardians of the Galaxy, and/or Jurassic World. Anyway, I think he’s a great actor and a genuinely good guy, and he’s from the Seattle area, so that’s cool! This is the first “realistic” portrait I’ve posted, so any feedback would be welcome!