A Dons-mad fan has put red pencil to paper to draw detailed portraits of the football stars.
Artist Jen Falconer, a lifelong Aberdeen Football Club fan, spends up to 40 hours working on portraits of her favourite players in her home studio as a way to relieve anxieties.
Jen, a former store manager, displays her work on social media with pictures and timelapses of her artistic process, and her work has even drawn the attention of Dons star Shay Logan online.
Having lived with anxiety for a number of years, Jen found her artwork gave structure to her day and the responses from social media resulted in unexpected friendships.
The 41-year-old said: “I draw as an escape from my anxieties and it really distracts me so I mix up my two passions – the Dons and art.
“I really believe that art works for me as an escape – when I’m drawing, my sole concern is the art and my mind doesn’t have room for anything then.
“Social media can be a very scary place but I’m starting to find that there are some lovely supportive people out there so it can only help to keep trying my best.
“It is a fantastic therapy and something that really works for me.
“I’ve had a great reaction from Aber-deen fans with my recent drawings and I’ve met some really great people on Twitter.
“Shay retweeted the drawing of him which was a great seal of approval.”
Jen’s journey with art began early in life before jobs in retail took her away from her hobby briefly.
She said: “I’ve always loved drawing since I was very young. I studied for an HNC Fine Art in college but never really did anything with it, working in different jobs but my anxiety got worse.
“To get out of the house a bit more, I went to a clay studio round the corner where I met some fantastic people.
“They got me working with clay and through their encouragement, I started painting again.”
Jen, who lives with her husband Graham and Labrador Poppy, tries different methods such as pointillism and pencil drawings but admits she prefers working on more intricate pieces.
She added: “I prefer doing detailed and delicate works so mainly work with coloured pencils but I also like working with acrylic paints and graphic pens too.
“I do prefer the pencils though as I can walk away without worrying about paint having to dry.
“I also layer up my drawings with fixative so I can catch up with housework while it dries.”
Though Jen and Graham live in Inverness, they often make the journey to Aberdeen to see the home of Jen’s beloved Dons.
She said: “I’ve been going through to Aberdeen since I was a teenager.
“I loved going shopping then I would go through with my husband for football and occasionally had training for work there.
“I’ve always had a great time and met loads of great people.”
For now, Jen is working on a portrait of midfielder Graeme Shinnie but she admits, “It’s not quite come together yet but I’ll keep working at it until I recognise him. The problem is he’s too pretty”.