C is for … ?

Let the guessing begin!

C 02272015

This ^^ was my second attempt, because Hub said the first one (below) made him look like he was on his death bed.  Gotta love an honest word from your better half sometimes.  So I drew the second much faster!  Here’s the not-as-good, but more detailed one:

C part II 02272015

Hints:  He’s a British actor, but I drew him as his character.  C is his character’s first and last name, and the actor’s last name too.    The show is currently running, so the photo references were recent.

I love British film and TV (so much better than US, IMO), so I’ll be drawing another British actor for tomorrow’s post.  

It’s time for the Friday Dance of Delight!    Shake thy tail feathers!  🙂

37 thoughts on “C is for … ?

    1. You got it! That’s who it is. (They both are, actually, but the one with the hat is not a good likeness at all, in my opinion. I’m glad I re-drew it faster, as I seem to get the essence down better when I try to push past the critic.) Thanks for your comment!

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      1. Yay! That should tell you how good your sketch is, because, like I said, I don’t watch TV or know actor’s very well. What’s the prize? Do I win a date with him or something?

        Kudos on pushing away that critic.

        (Did you see what your, “bless your bones” inspired?)

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        1. LOL! I shall get his agent on the phone right away and try and arrange that! 😉 I’m quite sure he’d be happy to oblige.

          Not sure if this is just me, but I seem to have to keep going past the critic every time I pick up a pencil. But once I get going, I can usually get him to stuff it. (I figure it must be a him, lol.)

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    1. Thanks, Victoria! I’m passionate about almost everything, so I’m trying everything I can to see what I like best. So far, inanimate objects are the only subjects that don’t really draw me. Although if I could do colored glass the way you do in watercolor, I’m sure that’d change.

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