Hugh Dancy aka Lee Fallon in 'The Big C.' by Anita
Anita

Hugh Dancy aka Lee Fallon in 'The Big C.'

by Anita in Portraits of People

A younger version of Hugh Dancy with a mane of hair.
Completed using HB pencil, rubber & blending stump on cartridge paper.

I claim no ownership of the characters or primary resources used in connection to this piece. I have drawn this purely for recreational purposes and no commercial gain. I, therefore, ask for this image not be reproduced in any way and purely viewed for pleasure, on this website. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.

Reference picture: http://www.fanpop.com/clubs/hot-british-actors/images/655453/title/hugh-dancy-photo?ir=true

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  • Shoikom

    Shoikom

    :O So awesome! waaa

    Mar 17th, 2013 Reply
    • Anita

      Anita

      Awwww! Thanks you soooo much! I really enjoyed drawing this one actually, because I liked his "classic" look in the reference pic for this...and his hair was fun to draw. I find hair a bit testing on the patience sometimes. :-)

      Mar 18th, 2013 Reply
    • Shoikom

      Shoikom

      I love doing hair! :U Yes....It can be very frustrating...It can be very frustrating for me to do hair when I'm not in the mood, but then something comes over me and I'm just like !BOOM! :O Right now, hair is the easiest thing to draw for me......I hate drawing noses and the mouth and all that!!!! DX

      Mar 18th, 2013 Reply
    • Anita

      Anita

      Hehehe! I'm the opposite...I love drawing the facial features more!! You've made me chuckle...yeah, it's definitely a patience issue with me, with hair. I tend to draw it at the end of the picture, once I'm happy with the features. I probably don't enjoy it so much because I know I have to do the hair to finish the piece first!! hehe! Crazy, hey?!

      Mar 19th, 2013 Reply
    • Shoikom

      Shoikom

      :O GIRLLLLLL, When I first started drawing hair I cried almost all day. ( I think I was 12 or so....) But man.....When you have inspiration, you will always want to do better!

      Mar 20th, 2013 Reply
    • Anita

      Anita

      Oh yeah, I always try to do better or learn from past attempts. That doesn't change even when I'm thinking "arrrggghhh...the hairrrrrr!!" ...it's just not my most favourite part of a portrait!

      Mar 27th, 2013 Reply
    • Shoikom

      Shoikom

      :I My past attempts were terrible.....I mean, i still have some old pics of my work, and it looks just awful! XD I'm so glad I don't draw like it anymore.....But i have learned that my old stuff had a lot of detail, and i like detail, i guess i learned that. XD idk....

      Mar 28th, 2013 Reply
    • Anita

      Anita

      . I know what you mean about looking at older work. I look at some of my old work (not on here) and can see improvements and that makes me really happy. I think it's all about experimenting, but enjoying do it, and seeing how the different techniques are introduced and how they alter over time. It's really fascinating!

      Apr 1st, 2013 Reply
  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    great and fabulous work

    Mar 17th, 2013 Reply Subscriber
  • Bojan1558

    Bojan1558

    very beautiful drawing

    Mar 16th, 2013 Reply