Barnabas Collins from Tim Burton's new film, "Dark Shadows."
Ah, Johnny Depp... you played the shy groom who accidentally married a corpse; you played the demon barber who was here for vengeance; and then you played the Mad Hatter who never lose his muchness. Now... you played the vampire.... who doesn't sparkle. XD
I watched this new film from last month... which it was my second Burton film to watch in theatres, after Burton's "Alice." And I have to say... it was pretty good. A little Burtony, but has great taste from dark classic horror genre.
Barnabas Collins seems to be a great vampire character with his charm.... and did I mentioned that he's handsome.
Well, since Johnny Depp's birthday was two weeks ago.... here's to him: Good work for making a role in Tim Burton's film.... oh, and Happy (belated) Birthday.
Gah, forgive me if his pic was a bit small. XP Oh well. Enjoy.
-- Barnabas Collins (c) Warner Bros. and Tim Burton Medium: Corel Painter (drawing) and Photoshop (coloring)
A sketchdump of the characters from Tim Burton's "Alice in Wonderland." My dad and I watched in theatre (in 3D), from 2 years ago. And to be honest with you.... this film was actually my "first Burton film to watch in theatre." No really.
Now, before you say "anything," I just wanted to say that.... I really like this film. I really do. It's one of Burton's best films, and of course one Disney's individualistic films (I wished most Disney would make like this than just Princess/Romance films (no offense)).
Furthermore, I have to agree with my dad.... and a friend of mine in DA; it's a lot better than the Walt Disney/1951 version, and not to mention that the characters are awesome based the illustrations from the original novel. Sorry.
Meh, sorry for the errors in this work, especially Mirana's (the White Queen). I know; I made her look weird, even though I wanted to make her a bit more like Emily. I could color more on her face with a white face because I "missed the spot." However, her skin was supposed to be white, based on her character as a White Queen herself. Although, at least the markers were a fun
-- "Alice in Wonderland" (c) Lewis Carroll Characters (c) Tim Burton, and Disney Medium: Drawing pencils, Stationary ink pens, two Sharpie markers, Prismacolor/Simply-Art/Copic markers, and Prismacolor/Simply-Art color pencils