mirror meld STAR TREK

'Mirror, Mirror' Hand Drawn, One of a Kind T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink on Cotton‘Mirror, Mirror’ Hand Drawn, One of a Kind T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink on Cotton

Yes, I know that my favourite Star Trek Episode is called ‘Mirror, Mirror’… the reason I wrote the word 3 times was because I wasn’t sure how much of it, if any, was going to be visible from right under the arm.

I am going to a Star Trek event in exactly one week, so this is my attempt to create something suitable and interesting to wear. The image is hand drawn from the 35th Star Trek Anniversary sketch by the talented John Czop.

Waterproof India Ink on Cotton.
One of a kind. Not for sale.

Star Trek Khan Hand Painted T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink on Cotton, One of a KindStar Trek ‘Khan’ Hand Painted T-Shirt, Waterproof Ink and Acrylic Paint on Cotton, One of a Kind, Not for Sale

And in the end, I changed my mind and wore the KHAAAAAAAAAN! t-shirt instead.

TX Lottery’s Star Trek Scratch Off Launch with William Shatner was a success; and if Dallas didn’t break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of Trek-costumed people in one room, they sure had fun trying. The Dallas Convention Center was overrun by Andorians, Klingons, Vulcans (I met Kai Opaka!) and Star Fleet personnel in general, it was wonderful to be among so many people who fully share my own Trek-induced insanities!

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William Shatner, Dallas, March 2013

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Hello and Welcome!

Here you can view my realistic charcoal and graphite pencil portraits, as well as many other things that I sometimes find myself interested in.

I first picked up a pencil in January 2012 and I haven’t put it down ever since. I draw from pictures, prefer visually compelling images with high light-to-shadow contrast and I am absolutely in love with the beauty, complexity and uniqueness of every human face.

Since I am new to drawing, my technique, if it can even be called as such, can only be described as ‘doing what feels right’. I draw mostly for pleasure but I also undertake commissions.

Frida KahloIf you find yourself wanting to commission a custom work, please visit the About and Pricing pages for more information. A unique, hand-drawn portrait of a loved one will make an unexpected and highly treasured gift for any occasion!

2015 Update: Custom Orders Are Currently Not Available

Also, check out the Shop section for my currently available original works and signed prints.

I can be easily reached via e-mail or feel free to leave me a comment here. It’s always a pleasure to hear from you and I will certainly never turn down a suggestion or a good advice.

All the Best,

— Nat.