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I did this three years ago. I’ve always liked Hancock’s dry sense of humour. I have recordings of The BLood Donor and The Radio Ham I often listen to.


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I am a retired man who enjoys expressing himself in pencils and paints. I have had two solo exhibitions in my home town and I love Redbubble. I get as much pleasure from viewing the works of other artists as from creating my own.

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  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezalmost 6 years ago

    Good likeness, I always like Hancock, such a shame he was such a troubled soul …

  • I don’t do portraits, but now and again I get out of my comfort zone :)


  • Lance Leopold
    Lance Leopoldalmost 6 years ago

    My favorite comedian,i used to cram my ear to the radio when i was a kid,listening to “Hancock’s Half Hour”,a fabulous portrait of the great man,Dave.

  • Brian Towers
    Brian Towersalmost 6 years ago

    A bit like me, I reckon you’’re having a spring clean – or at least delving into dusty drawers to see what we were doing years ago. My favourite Handcock sketch was the Blood doner.

  • I have that on MP3 if you are interested.


  • andrea v
    andrea valmost 6 years ago

    Good portrait Dave. You could do another portait in this style, and you know what I’d like to see, more emphasis on the face, heavier lines on the key features etc. juxtuposed with finer and more delicate work in the body area….as you’ve done here.

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragheralmost 6 years ago


  • © Linda Callaghan
    © Linda Callaghanalmost 6 years ago

    another great portrait drawing

  • Alexandra Felgate
    Alexandra Felgatealmost 6 years ago

    Also great, a good likeness Dave!!

  • AngelArtiste
    AngelArtistealmost 6 years ago

    I have no idea who this bloke is, but it;s good artwaork =)

  • You are too young to know him my friend :)


  • John Moore
    John Mooreover 5 years ago

    I must say that I preferred much more, none more than Sid James, even our Nicholas Parsons (at such a pinch as such be taken), but then I do have those recordings that you have already mark off (recorded by a blind man if so were one made to believe)
    So still he lives on, as you shown that he always, even just a little of him still remains to this day, am quite thrilled by it

  • There are so many great comedians who get overlooked these days, but they influenced many of our present day comedians, some of whom willingly admit it.


  • Malcolm Chant
    Malcolm Chantover 5 years ago

    OH My Gosh, what a likeness, this is a fantastic drawing,

    instant favorite.

  • At last – someone who has actually heard of Tony Hancock. I have recordings of his Blood Donor and Radio Ham on vinyl. Well, I can transfer them to CD now for anyone who is interested.


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