3 weeks ago 3 weeks agoPatrick Stewart, charcoal on paper, me, 2021 by Jodie Stark 13591views american west, architectural sketching for beginners, author chat, cape colony, charcoal, coulter lounge, eastern cape, happy new year 2021 drawing videotime lapse, how to get rich, image, international house, like share and subscribe thanks for watching, micron pen art tutorial, new zealand streamer, painterinterview, pavers, pavers shoes tv, pavers tv, peter robinson, sanjoy mondal art, st patrick's day corned beef and cabbage, twitchstreamer, what sold on ebay, what sold on ebay this week, what sold on ebay todayLike it? Share with your friends! 297 Facebook Twitter297 points 13 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. It’s fantastic.I’m wondering if some white charcoal would have helped to brighten things up a little. I’m just curious because I think this is already excellent work.ReplyThat’s incredible. Is it possible for you to do one of Professor X?ReplyThat’s the guy from David Lynch’s Dune, right?ReplyI met the guy because I live in a village about 20 minutes away from Huddersfield, where he was a long-time member of the university.I was sitting on a bench in a wooded area off site, reading a book, when someone sat next to me. It took me about 5 minutes to realize who it was.ReplyThis is truly amazing. I believe you should try to get his attention with this on twitter or something because it is so interesting.ReplyWow, that was incredible. That is fantastic! I’m watching Star Trek: The Next Generation and came across your drawing. Excellent work! Thank you for sharing your knowledge!ReplyWow, this is incredible! The attention to detail in and around the eyes is incredible.Replyhaphazard Here’s a funny story for you: My father never believed me when I told him he looked like Patrick Stewart until a few years ago, when he began to be mistaken for Sir Patrick. He’s still in denial, but after a few random encounters with strangers asking for pictures, he’s starting to see the light.You did an amazing job on the item! Charcoal is my favorite color.ReplyI’ve just recently been interested in Star Trek TNG. Picard from Star Trek makes me sad. He now sounds and seems fragile.ReplyPatrick Stewart, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, and 80 years oldReplyHow did you manage to make it so…?Reply“Harry, use the Power,” Gandalf advises.&#Fantastic artwork!ReplyI’ve just recently started watching Star Trek: The Next Generation. I like it a lot more than I expected. Patrick Stewart is an utterly charming man, and his portrayal of Captain Picard as a stoic, level-headed figure is incredible.This art is fantastic; it perfectly captures his personality!ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Jodie Stark Explorer. Social media maven. Professional food fanatic. Hipster-friendly twitter lover.