So here’s one of Monday’s drawings… on Tuesday :)  I’m on a mission to prove that Facebook is generally a bad idea if you don’t want someone to pick at it, find your image, and proceed to turn it into something sketchy…

I decided to keep the male-female ratio of photo sketches relatively even; hence my current victims.  Again, a cookie to anyone who spots the likeness ;)  Faces and hands are all about the details, as many will tell you - sometimes not even the details that you actually include…  Spider Jerusalem lives!!

Posted on July 15th, 2008 |

5 Responses

  1. Elaine Says:

    The other is Kevin! In costume as whatsisface! *Fantastic*!

  2. belinda Says:

    I have no idea who this is but I really like the face, your drawing is so strong

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