Friday Portrait, December 10

I didn’t catch her name today. When I came in it was her third and final hour of sitting, hence the expression. However, after about fifteen minutes a man and a little girl walked in, and suddenly everything softened and she became a doting Madonna, gazing at her youngest child.


While all that was going on, L had a fine conversation with one of his Friday Grandpas:

“And so the boy with the golden screw tried to live his life like normal…”


“And then one day, a Buddhist monk told him that to solve the mystery, he must return home…”


“What, you didn’t think that was funny?”


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5 Responses to Friday Portrait, December 10

  1. dloye says:

    Wow.. the difference from the photo to your sketch… you truly catch her heart change. And then the series Liam… well, we knew where your heart lies! Lovely, simply lovely. Madonna sketches, both.

  2. mushroom says:

    That is nice work.

    We also appreciate the bonus sequence with L.

    If I didn’t know better, I’d think that’s might be my not-so-evil twin talking to him.

  3. mushroom says:

    just “that” not “that’s”

  4. The cuteness! It’s wonderful!

  5. USS Ben says:

    Ha ha! Awesome! You sure captured the mom look n’ heart in your portrait. Beautiful!

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