Six-score selfies

A round up of recent(ish) selfies. First is my take on the ‘One week, One hundred people’ sketching challenge from earlier this year. One hundred mirror selfies in one week, all tiny and done with pencil and smudge stump. I rapidly ran out of expressions and had to start using close-ups, odd angles, hats and other props to avoid too much repetition. Winston Churchill, my father, and various other people make surprising appearances!

And then twenty of the usual ones; reliable standbys at the end of the day when I realise I haven’t done my daily sketch yet, with the usual shifty, suspicious and disgruntled selfie expressions!

About Ed Mostly

Enthusiastic daily sketcher based in Bath Uk
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8 Responses to Six-score selfies

  1. Francesca Odell says:

    These are great Ed. You’ve inspired me to have a go. I’ve lost all my hair as I am in the middle of chemo. I thought that men have to face varying degrees of baldness pretty often. Not that it is bothering me that much! Best wishes. FranX

    • Ed Mostly says:

      Many thanks, but alas for your hair, I guess it’ll come back? A friend had chemo and his hair came back lusher than before and curly, he said he looked like Leo Sayer! Best wishes for your recovery

  2. Tina Koyama says:

    I always get a kick out of your selfies! And you inspire me to do more. I recommend a blind contour selfie sometime. 😉

  3. I love these, they are so fresh.

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