I made this one after listening to an interview between Shawn Wilson of Rev Reads (a great book review YouTube Channel) and a bunch of contributors to the book "Forged from Reformation." The book argues (in one essay) that Plymouth Brethren notable John Nelson Darby was the Martin Luther of the Anglican Church, and in many ways Darby's journey mirrors that early reformer's journey. During the interview, Shawn asked the men this question: "If you could make a Mt. Rushmore of the Reformation, who would be on it?" The answer to that question inspired the above drawing. If you can't figure them out, from left to right it's Wycliff, Luther, Calvin, and Darby.
I sketched this with pencil, then used a light-board to transfer the sketch to watercolor paper. I then inked it and colored it with Copic markers. After scanning, I made a few digital adjustments. Specifically, I moved Darby's ear, added a texture layer, and colored the sky with some digital watercolor.
A couple of other facts: First, this picture was used in the second part of the aforementioned interview, as seen in the thumbnail below. Second, it's the first (and so far only) picture I've ever drawn that has been framed. I sent it to a scholarly acquaintance on Twitter, a Darby fan who I've never met in person, and he put it on his wall! That version doesn't have the digital adjustments.