Stacy Jean is a visual artist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who grew up in Hawaii.
Like most of the artists I admire these days, I first found out about her on Instagram.
It's still pretty hard to believe that this woman is a mother of three and still managed to look at least ten years younger, and have time to make stunning artworks.
Of all her drawings, I'd have to say that I usually look forward to her Victorian portraits. They are magnificent.
Her followers totally lost it when she posted this beauty. It just looks so right.
Some of them are almost unreal.
She even managed to turn even the most unlikely characters into fine Victorian gentlemen.
Not only does she make Victorian portraits, but Stacy Jean also does a lot of drawings of things straight out of the Victorian era.
Is this the real life?
This is what's keeping her busy during Easter.
I remember what first got me really impressed.
I almost wish her pipe drawings are actual prototypes. They'd be a hit (get it? I'm sorry.)
Her Victorian portraits don't end with her usual sketchbooks. I know, wow.
And by sketchbooks, I mean vintage and old-looking sheets of paper she somehow managed to turn into something pretty cool. And by pretty cool, I mean, oh my fod Stacy Jean, your hands are making me cry and throw out my petty Staedlers and Micron pens.
It's amazing how things can drastically changed when charcoal pencils are given to the right hands.