No, its an avatar I use for many internet sites. It is a reasonable facsimile.
too funny-the question was directed at a specific hubber but thanks for your reply-it's awesome
It's a portrait, but not a self-portrait. It was drawn by a talented artist at a holiday party I went to one year. It's a big piece of newsprint paper, and the sketch was done really fast in charcoal. The avatar is from a digital pic I took of the original (which I have).
by Ian Hudson 7 years ago
I am drawing a self portrait through a mirror for college. Has anyone got any tips on this method, my fingers are neerly bleeding from rubbing out. This has to be the hardest thing I have ever had to draw.
by brandasaur 6 years ago
What is the number in our Hubpage avatar? How can I make them increase or decrease?
by 6hotfingers3 8 years ago
What animal would your self portrait resemble? Why?
by Shadesbreath 10 years ago
Christoph is about to escape unscathed from his hub regarding chaging his perfectly good and proven succesful avatar because all of you people are being nice and honest about his current one being fine.And you're right, it is.However, he should be PUNISHED for questioning himself (which I have...
by mandybeau 9 years ago
I do look like a female Che' More in terms of colouring hair etc. so I can say that, and we share an attitude.Just want to know what, and why you decide on an Avator if not using your own pic, as I did for sometime.
by Harvey Stelman 8 years ago
Why are people like the Wizzard of Ozz; the man behind the curtain?
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