A black and white charcoal pencil self portrait (as a child). This was the first portrait I ever drew. I was happy with the final portrait and later gave the portrait to my Mum as a christmas present.
Laurel and Hardy charcoal portrait March 22, 2010
A black and white charcoal portrait of Laurel and Hardy dressed as decorators in one of their films, the portrait is drawn with charcoal pencils and pastels. I hope you like this portrait. I would be grateful if you could let me know what you think? I am interested to hear your comments.
Judy Garland as Dorethy Gale Charcoal Portrait March 21, 2010
A black and white charcoal portrait drawn with charcoal pencils and pastels. Growing up The Wizard of Oz was my favourite film I would watch it over and over. The munchkins especially the lollypop kids were my favorite characters along with the Scarecrow. This is why I decided to draw this Iconic image and I was pleased with the way it turned out, I hope you agree? I would also like to draw Dorethy with the scarecrow, cowardly lion and Tinman eventually.
Heath Ledger as the Joker charcoal portrait March 20, 2010
I wanted to draw a charcoal portrait of Heath Ledger as the joker in “The Dark Knight” as it is one of my favourite films and Heath Ledger as the joker was such a great character to draw. This portrait is drawn with charcoal pencils and pastels. I Hope you like it.
John Wayne charcoal portrait March 19, 2010
A black and white charcoal pencil portrait of John Wayne in one of numerous Hollywood cowboy films.
Albert Einstein Portrait March 18, 2010
This is one of my most recent charcoal portaits. I wanted to draw Albert Einstein because growing up I looked up to Albert Einstein, as he was also dyslexic so it was a great comfort to me knowing that me being dyslexic had nothing to do with my intelligence and when people would ask me about dyslexia I would always mention Elbert Einstein. This portrait is drawn with charcoal pencils and pastels.
Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow Portrait March 17, 2010
A black and white charcoal portrait of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean films drawn in charcoal pencils and pastel. I am thinking of drawing Johnny Depp in the Alice and Wonderland film as the Mad Hatter it looks like a really great subject to draw.