The sketch artist mocked for her terrible rendition of Tom Brady in court is now ready to draw cheers with her new and improved rendition of the embattled Patriots quarterback's chiseled features.
Jane Rosenberg’s new portrait of the Super Bowl champion looks nothing like the monstrous drawing she did of Brady during the quarterback's first appearance in Manhattan Federal Court over the DeflateGate scandal.
And the New York Daily News has the proof:
The first sketch made the handsome four-time Super Bowl champion appear ghoulish — and turned it into an Internet meme sensation.
“I still found him very hard to draw — from a photo as well,” the sketch artist of 35 years said. “Something subtle goes on with his eyes. He has a big chin with a cleft in it.”
And like some NFL defenses, Rosenberg sees him more than she cares to admit.
“(Brady is) in my dreams, it’s a nightmare for me,” Rosenberg said. “I hope this thing gets settled and is over with.”
Whether that will happen in the next hearing will remain a mystery until both the player and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell appear before Judge Richard Berman Monday morning regarding the case stemming from Brady's suspension.
And Rosenberg will be there, chalk in hand.
“There’s a lot of pressure on me. A lot of eyeballs on me. I just hope my hands can move, period. I know I’m not going to have any sleep tonight,” she said. “I still might blow it; anything could happen.”