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Early in his career Drew would change styles, techniques and painting medium with the spirit of each movie.  His ability to attach to the spirit of a film was evident early on, being able to capture that spirit with each assignment.  While 'The Black Bird' was done in a period style of Rockwell and in oils to capture the movie's character, this piece as a contrast was much more like the personal style he would develop later on in his career.  He was still using a brush predominantly but even then was including colored pencils.  No wonder it was difficult for people to identify Drew with the variety of his works.