Courtroom sketch artist Jane Rosenberg says her Patriots critics are "sad losers." | Bob's Blitz

Courtroom sketch artist Jane Rosenberg says her Patriots critics are "sad losers."

Courtroom sketch artist Jane Rosenberg tells the Daily News her New England Patriots critics are "sad losers."

“Someone said to me, 'He looks deflated because it's Deflategate’,” Jane Rosenberg said. “He did look deflated. He wasn't happy. No one's happy in a courtroom except the lawyers getting paychecks.”

“I tried to draw it as I saw it,” she said. “He was looking down. He didn't look like he was winning the Super Bowl at that moment.”

“Also,” she added, “I think athletes understand, you have good days and you have bad days.

“People are seeking me out in private emails and saying really mean things,” she said. “People who want to be art critics and mean-spirited, nasty. It just makes me wanna laugh. They're sad losers.”

“I thought I might be depressed when I woke up, but I haven't had time to be in touch with my feelings,” she said. “I got a lot of positive feedback as well, which is really nice and surprising.”

Extremely surprising, yes.

“I'm going to be under some microscope, which makes me miserable,” she said. “When I'm sketching, I'm my own critic. I don't want to think about anybody else looking at it.”

Perhaps an interview with the News should have been the last thing you decided to do then, no?

“Tell Tom Brady I’m sorry,” Rosenberg said after the furor erupted. “He’s a very good-looking man. I apologize. If I had more time, I would have made him more handsome.”

“No, I did not ask Brady to sign the sketch,” she said.

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