If I could get Frankenstein's Monster to sit for a classic portrait in a renaissance style, what would he look like?
I figured he'd probably need to be in chains or something, so he couldn't get up and kill me for any reason he might have.
Would he prefer his Dungeon, or a sunnier setting? I opted for sunny and classical, and even gave him a plush seat and renaissance neck ruff collar (They were all the rage in 15th and 16th centuries), and then went from there....
This one went through a few changes, click on the slideshow below to see all the places I went through to get to the final image:
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Take care everyone,
3/5/2019 04:20:48 am
Nice 👍, love the renaissance style collar. He looks so unhappy to have it on..
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Andrew Carson is a local Bay Area artist with a focus on Science Fiction and Fantasy artwork, as well as landscapes, animal and pet portraits!