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As portrayed by the one and only Boris Karloff.
Frankenstein to me represents the most misunderstood of all the monsters and really is a very very sad story.
Soft pastels on A4 textured Canson paper 140gsm.
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Very scary! hehe Thats every good. I see the pastels working out!!!!!
You have managed to convey all the pathos in his character…wonderful work Marilyn…
Marilyn, this is wonderful work. I love the texture of the paper poking through…very nice!
Thanks, you inspired me to do this one!!
– Marilyn Brown
:) good! i hope we get a bunch of entries for that challenge…although i have to admit i must get it into gear myself ;) thanks for participating!
Nice work, Maryiln,the pastel works very well with the paper !
It is a sad story indeed Maryiln.I can see it in it’s eyes, you’ve done a great job showing us the hurt.
great to see you getting into your pastels Marilyn .. excellent!!!
A pure masterpiece!!!