John Everett Millais
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This first round on this painting, I really skimped on the detail. However, I think I got the expression on my face perfect, better than the redo. It's actually easier to be expressive when you're speedrunning the drawing process, and this is a great example.
Now that I know more about this painting and the detail-obsessed Pre-Raphaelite philosophy that led to its creation, I find it ironic that I scribble scrabbled through all that painstakingly painted foliage. Attention to detail was one of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood's core tenets and it was just completely lost on me.
Toward the end of the project, I redid old entries to compare progress and give the original artworks their proper due. You can see my redo of Ophelia at entry 95.
Reference image from Wikipeda. This painting now hangs at the Tate.