Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Jean-Luc Picard

An old pencil sketch that I did in 1993 of Patrick Stewart as Jean-Luc Picard.

20 comments:

Goobeetsablog said...

Ha Ha!
your a geek:)

nice pencils though,commander

Dave said...

Ah, Starfleet's greatest captain..Awesome!

gabor said...

thanks for your visit andrew! you´ve got an awesome blog.

best!

Tony M. said...

dude you've been busy! If I only understood light and shadow the way you do.

Dela said...

ah that smile ,you nail it

net-net4 said...

Nice work here ...
I invite you to visit my blog...
I make 2 fotos daily excepting the weekend and if you leave me a small poem or a funny comment
i will edit it in the front page next to the pictures...
Read you...

Patrick said...

Nice portrait- Pencil drawings rock, I need to do more of those myself. You do fantastic work man!

kend said...

hey sweet, hes the happiest captain ever

craig said...

ahhh Picard. A most excellent post. TNG!

Niel Bushnell said...

Jolly good fun! I'm enjoying the BBC 2 repeats on Saturday! (As a man without Sky its been a good few years since TNG was on air.)

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Ta for all the feedback. I really should try and draw more,computers steal your time !!!!

Anonymous said...

hi there,

Nice job here. Looking forward to seeing more drawings here.
Wish you the best.

Shahrzad

Jeroen Jaspaert said...

Good to see that computers haven't taken over completely yet!

Anonymous said...

Ciao!
Thanks for coming and visiting my Eric Draven Pin-up.
You have really pro stuff here. And 3D Max render are really really cool!

Thanks again.
Greetings from Italy

Anonymous said...

Great work Andrew! Long time no blog. How are you diddling?

Alina Chau said...

AWESOME drawing!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

If I remember corrctly the picture I used for reference was an actual behind the scenes still,that's why he was smiling !

Lori Witzel said...

Dude, you SO should draw more -- very nicely done!

BTW, that "tree" was a dried grass stalk, about 18 inches tall. They looked awfully monumental, though, didn't they?

I am so glad to see you've dropped by my world -- do come back when you get the chance!

Andrew Glazebrook said...

Thanks Lori !!

Sebastien Gallego said...

You rock Andrew!