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Here are a couple more Downton Abbey sketches to add into the mix! Mr. & Mrs. Bates [Brendan Coyle & Joanne Froggatt]; and Mrs. Hughes [Phyllis Logan].
And here’s a refresher character line-up on the ones I have previously sketched…..
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Here is a shot of the cast sketches I have done so far in my Downton Abbey series – Carson, Mrs. Patmore, Cora & Robert Crawley, Dowager & Moseley!
For larger versions of the individual sketches, click here:
Stay tuned for more!
WHO doesn’t LOVE “Downton Abbey“??? Oh my word we discovered it after season 1 had aired in the UK, and once we got our hands on it over here in Canada, we fell in love with the characters immediately.
We just finished watching season 4, and I decided to do something that is long overdue – draw the characters! So far I have done three of the cast members – see below. Also scroll to the bottom to see who tweeted at me after my first sketch!
Carson [Jim Carter]
Mrs. Patmore [Lesley Nicol]
The Dowager Countess [played of course by Dame Maggie Smith]
Robert (Hugh Bonneville) & Cora Crawley (Elizabeth McGovern)
Moseley – just gotta love him! (Kevin Doyle)
Now to tackle the rest of the cast… stay tuned!
This year I was able to do a few commissions for people as Christmas gifts [see previous post]…. this is something I as an artist take super seriously, and just love the opportunity to create these special gifts for people!
The first one was for a friend from the studio. She was flying home to the East coast for Christmas, and wanted to give her mom a “cartoon” portrait of her, her brother and her parents. They were a very fun bunch to draw, and apparently when her mom opened it, she said “Oh my soul!”. That makes me SO happy.
Brush pen and Prismacolor pencil crayons on Moleskin sketchbook.
The second one was super special. A friend had lost her dad a few months ago to cancer, and her daughter had really fond memories of him carrying her on his shoulders. So for Christmas she wanted Santa to give her daughter a drawing of her and “Papa” together. I ended up doing two versions of the drawing, which I almost never do. The first one I did was a bit more cartoony, and the second one was a bit more realistic. I felt like it was such a huge honor to capture this moment, I just wanted to make sure I got it right. 🙂
Brush pen on Moleskin sketchbook. This is the first version – the second is the one her daughter is staring at in the frame. 🙂