Father and Daughter
Son in Law
Daughter and Granddaughter
Trying out a different style here. I like it but it does take a bit more time.
Well would you just look at that handsome young man. Who could he be?
Such a solemn young man he was.
This young man was very deep in thought. There was a calm kindness about him.
Pirates, like I said.
Don’t you stick your tongue out at me, boy…
Everybody’s favorite clown.
My second favorite comedian of all time. (RIP, Mitch.)
Todd V, romance novelist.
Here’s an example of combining various photos into one portrait.
This group of friends had a little trouble posing, but I think it all worked out.
The kids called him Grandpoo.
Amy and Ben
Such a cute couple, huh? Prince (moderately) Charming and his princess.
Woman in Red
Hmm, what’s the word I’m looking for here? Stoic? Yeah, let’s go with stoic.
The son of an old friend. Little boys love pirates. Hell I still love pirates and I’m pushing forty.
My Little Monster
Mike & Friends
You might think group portraits are an easy way to get more people drawn faster. In fact, it’s the opposite. You’ve still got all the faces to draw just the same but on top of that there’s the added complexity of getting them all to fit together in just the right way.