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Hey John! Anyone in particular in mind with those? Can kinda see Dugout Doug and Lindberg.

Steve M:

Cool series of profiles!

john cox:


I was vibing off of MacArthur a bit. The others are my typical forays into ramdom facial traits. That little bit of work was mostly about getting a feel for a straight-forward approack to wash technique: very light, somewhat accurate shadow play.


Thanks for the good word. The originals are no more than three to four inches in heighth. I get a kick out of playing with small scale drawings that emphasize economical brush work.

I agree with your thoughts here and I really love your blog! I've bookmarked it so that I can come back & read more in the future.


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