My second tribute to the great Steve Jobs who has been my inspiration since I discovered the Apple brand. My very first Mac was the classic box computer, the cute one with coloured apple, you've all seen the picture where it says Hello on the screen. That's the one. I still got it somewhere and I'm pretty sure, if I'd plug it in right now, it would still work. Somethings never change. But not only in technical aspect, also in my personal life Steve has been my hero. With his inspirational words he's kept me going in tough times. To me his words were deeper and more meaningful than any lyric of any singer/band I know, because he could say in a single sentence, more than they need a whole page or two for. But he also dared to admit defeat and that was his strentgh. Admitting defeat and moving on. It's a valuable lesson in our lives so short. One of the many lessons he learned pretty soon in life. Thank you, Steve. You will be dearly missed.
Again trying to push the boundaries of my painting a little bit more...I think the difference between what I had when I first started this project and now is clear @_@ I really enjoyed playing with the colors and doing the little highlights.
I had to guess what some of the doodads on his outfit were because blurry Youtube video is BLURRY. I wish I had it on VHS ;_;