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Colored Pencil Drawing of Chris Pratt as Star-Lord with the Milano (Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2)

Continuing with an unofficial series of heroes with their rides, I followed Jyn with this colored pencil drawing of Chris Pratt as Star-Lord / Peter Quill from “Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2” and his spaceship, The Milano. This one was drawn entirely in colored pencil. Fun fact – I worked on this while on vacation in Disney World the week before the film’s release. And when it did release, I wanted to see it so badly, I went to the movie theater all by myself for the first time ever. It was weird, not gonna lie. But I’m glad I made the effort. As an introvert, going to the movies alone is no easy task. ­čÖé

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Colored Pencil Sketch of Rocket from Guardians of the Galaxy

07-Rocket-Feb-21-2015-copyContinuing a run of sketches on toned paper in quicker bursts of time, I opted for this Colored Pencil Sketch of Rocket from Guardians of the Galaxy. Love the film. Love the character, and I thought I’d give this one a shot. It was a lot of fun. The original is up for grabs in my Etsy shop too (prints separately as well).



Graphite/Colored Pencil Drawing of Chris Pratt as Peter Quill / Star Lord in Guardians of the Galaxy

Star-Lord-Peter-FinaleAfter finishing Drax, and after having re-watched the film with some friends who hadn’t seen it yet, there was a shot of Pratt as Star-Lord in the final scene that just screamed to be drawn. So I loaded it up on my iPad, took a screenshot and used it as reference for this. It’s mostly graphite with the jacket done in Prismacolor and Faber-Castell pencil, and also some black colored pencil used in the graphite parts to help make it darker. I’m mostly happy with how it turned out.

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Colored Pencil / Graphite Drawing of Dave Bautista as Drax in “Guardians of the Galaxy”


With Guardians of the Galaxy being quite the cinematic phenomenon, people are really wanting “Guardians” themed drawings lately. So, to round out my collection of “Guardians,” I approached this drawing of Drax, played by WWE wrestler-turned-actor┬áDave Bautista, using graphite pencil as well as Prismacolor colored pencils and Faber-Castell colored pencils. It was definitely a challenge!

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Zoe Saldana as Gamora in “Guardians of the Galaxy” Colored Pencil / Graphite Drawing

GamoraFollowing Star-Lord and Rocket & Groot, I got a few requests for Gamora and decided to oblige. This is about half and half graphite and colored pencil.

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More Original Pieces Up for Sale

It’s time for me to part with some more of my original works. I store them in my portfolios and I realize they’re just being “wasted” hidden in between pages of other hidden works — when people can be enjoying them on their walls or wherever. The pricing depends on how much I really rather keep it, the amount of time that goes into them, the popularity of the actor/character, and what it might cost if it were a commission piece.

Here’s a gallery of all the originals I just added to my etsy store. Once these originals are sold, that’s it! So get them while you can!




Pencil/Colored Pencil Drawing of Rocket and Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy


After drawing Chris Pratt as Star Lord –and heeding requests from some folks– I decided to attack a Rocket and Groot drawing. I approached it with mostly graphite pencil and then added in colored pencil for some of Rocket’s fur, the sight on his gun and Groot’s moss.

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Pencil Drawing of Chris Pratt as Peter Quill/Star Lord in “Guardians of the Galaxy”

Star-LordI wasn’t sure what to make of Guardians of the Galaxy upon seeing the first trailers, but I knew I should give it a shot. Before seeing the movie, I caught up on seasons 2 thru 6 of Parks and Recreation, so I was ready to see Chris Pratt take on a Marvel role. The movie was quite impressive and I found myself loving it. So, to fit with my previous Marvel drawings, I decided to add Star Lord to the mix. While working on it, I’d even drawn all of his color in graphite before deciding to erase it and add the splash of color like with my Avengers drawings. Near the end of finishing the portrait, I decided to fill the white space over his shoulder with his masked self, but slightly lighter than the foreground. Hopefully it turned out better.

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