Last winter break I thought, “Why don’t I try to draw a portrait of someone from the waist down?” Here is the result of that idea.
Edgar Allan Poe from the waist down. Fitting ’cause Halloween is right around the corner, and Poe has got to be America’s creepiest poet, right?
To celebrate the end of National Poetry Month, here is a line drawing of one of the all-time greats: Emily Dickinson.
This piece was published in the Winter 2014 edition of the Portland Review, along with a drawing of Edgar Allan Poe (which will show up on the sketch blog in the near future).