Time: 3.5 hours
Schoellershammer Paper (Now Reflex)
Mitsubishi Hi-Uni Pencils and a Faber-Castell mechanical pencil
I have been wanting to draw Lucille Ball’s portrait for ages, but never actually got around to it. Today seemed like a good day.
I see so many artists draw her elegant side. You know, the side of her that is actually one of the most beautiful people of Hollywood. I wanted to draw her quirky side, because she was definitely more than just a pretty face. Her attitude and humor was one of the things I most admired about her. She could pull off the glamor and then go directly into one of those signature expressions that made her a hit on “I Love Lucy.” THAT is the side of her that loved the most.
Long Live Lucy.
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