It was quick. As soon as I got home I started to draw Benedict’s portrait. It’s just a sketch with mechanical pencil, so the lines and shading is rather light. This is the base of the drawing,the next step is to deepen the shading and working out more details with 2B (and later more softer) pencils. Many-many layers are coming, along with the chances of mistake.
Graphite pencil portrait of Spock from The Original Series
Summer vacation is coming, and it seems I’ll have some spare time to pull up my pencils. I can’t tell how much time elapsed since I’ve worked on a drawing. This was my latest creation, and every time I take a look on it, I eager to draw again.
Spock is my favorite character of all time. As Henry Jenkins, humanities professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology says:
“Spock is sexy for a large number of people, male and female. Many of the female fans I studied really are attracted to the emotional depths of this character. Like many men, Spock represses outward signs of emotion. He’s a character who tries to hold it all in, but who seems to be sensitive, sensuous at certain times.”
This article is the greatest summary what I’ve ever seen of this character’s mysticism. I’m afraid this won’t be my last portrait of him.
My next victim will be: