Artist Danny Roberts Drawing of Lily Cole as a Queen, she has orange red hair, blue eyes

Blue Eyes

The Red Hair Queen

Wow, i can’t believe this week is over! It’s friday; so crazy. Well, i’m getting geared up right now for a long day of drawing. The picture i’m posting today is of Lily Cole looking very Queen esk. i did this picture awhile back, but like all my drawings, they’re pretty high res. so i wanted to post a close up on it. i hope you enjoy it. Hope you all have had a great week. :) Oh also new Look up on LookBook. just everyday kinda thing… haha click here to see it.

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  1. Oh God. u r so incredible.
    Im really drawn in ur type of art skills. Effortless yet immaculate. Im a nobody, but i just want to let u know how much i adore ur work. Hopefully,i can have one of ur works with my portrait though im a nobody.
    i praise you.

    February 8, 2009 at 3:05 am
  2. Danny! Your work is amazing!! I was just wondering what kindof stuff you use. I love using pen and ink, is that what you use? Or is it drawingpens? And what kindof paint do you use? A kind of watercolour? I hope you reply to this! You are one of the biggest inspirations to my work, and I hope to one day study illustration!

    February 8, 2009 at 12:38 pm
  3. You are so talented in terms of art and what you made on your blog! I admire you and your drawings, Your drawings are so beautiful and detailed, you become really inspired and inponerad! you will go far with this! Have the best :) /NOREA.L

    February 8, 2009 at 2:18 pm
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    hello danny, just you photograph your work or do you
    scan them into your drawings always change colour when i scan them and thats really disturbing..

    love cordelia

    February 8, 2009 at 6:16 pm
  5. re: cordelia

    hey cordelia,
    thanks for the comment,
    i scann most my stuff.
    there is only a few that i photograph.
    as far as the color goes,
    i think you just have to know the color will change a little when you scann and then just color correct it once its on the computer. hope that helps. :)

    February 10, 2009 at 4:49 am
  6. beyond glorious, this inspires me to go back to my dusty art set… which i might do. Just a question: when did you start your work? its fascinating.

    February 16, 2009 at 2:04 am