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Charcoal Portrait Roy Batty (Rutger Hauer) in Blade Runner

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  • Published on Apr 26, 2014
  • Charcoal and white pastel pencil on grey toned A3 cartridge paper
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Comments • 13

  • DesertRose122
    DesertRose122 Year ago

    Wonderful. I love this character and you are very talented.

  • Daniel Barragan
    Daniel Barragan Year ago

    10/10 fantastic

  • AmerginMacEccit
    AmerginMacEccit 4 years ago

    This is genius!

    • AmerginMacEccit
      AmerginMacEccit 3 years ago

      Why does your avatar looks like a bit tired face of Daniel Craig? :)

    • vic harris
      vic harris  4 years ago

      +AmerginMacEccit Very true

    • AmerginMacEccit
      AmerginMacEccit 4 years ago

      Ridley Scott is the real genius ;)

    • vic harris
      vic harris  4 years ago

      +AmerginMacEccit Cheers. But Tyrell is the real genius :-)

  • Matt Lees
    Matt Lees 4 years ago

    That's fantastic!

  • Buraion
    Buraion 5 years ago

    where did you get that thing you used for measuring? looks really handy

    • Buraion
      Buraion 5 years ago

      awesome! thanks for the thorough response :]

    • vic harris
      vic harris  5 years ago

      They're proportional dividers. Can buy them but easy to make. Get 2 wooden 30 cms (12in) rulers. Tape together exactly flush. Cut ends into points and sand. Select a short bolt, 2 thin plastic washers, and a butterfly nut (or similar) and drill holes to fit bolt at the 3,5,7,9,11 and 13 cms points on the rulers. Remove tapes. By putting the bolt in one of the holes you can upscale by varying amounts, measuring with the short end and drawing with the large end. Or downscale, doing the opposite. Quicker than sight sizing with thumb and pencil. Other demos on RU-clip