YES!!!! FINALLY!!!! The internets have been conspiring against me!!! So, a day late but hey, he knows how to make an entrance right?!? The one and only, Mister Axl Rose! Ashugashugashuga!!!
This - isn't as good a reproduction as the rest of them, I don't know why, maybe because his face is so white in contrast to the black paper. I tried to make it as close to the original as I could but some detail was lost. Still oil pastel.
This is a picture I just finished of Axl Rose, lead singer of Guns N' Roses, the best damn band ever. But heres a little cartoon of him done in markers and pen. Ill prolly do Slash as well in the near future...
A Guns N' Roses logo I drew many years ago for a guy who wanted a tattoo of the band that would look cool even if he didn't like them anymore. So along came this. He got the tattoo, loved it and then refused to stop calling me.
Before there was a Marilyn Manson or a Motley Crue or even a Kiss there was this guy...Vincent Furnier...AKA Alice Cooper.Some great tunes and a survivor,and he partied with Salvador Dali and John Lennon,the stories he must have....avid golfer these days but still tours,check [link].
Pastel on Velour.Kind of went with a t shirt graphic look.
Done. Finished this at the mall today. Hey draw in public, good way to advertise. Got 8 ppl interested in getting me to draw something, and 5 ppl took my picture with my drawing, very cool.
And, I know it isn't Edward Cullen or "Twilight" related, but hopefully people will look at it, and like it. Even though I am no "Twilight" fan by any means (I tried, I really did) I do look and appreciate the effort put into pieces related to it, so I only hope people will do the same for mine. -------------------------------------------------------
Materials: HB,2B,9B,2H graphite pencils on Bristol Time: Uh, a while Ref: awesome pic from a Jeremy Irons fansite
This Portrait I drew was for an assignment in Drawing 2 at SFSU. The idea was simple, create a drawing that had depth, preferably in black and white. Needless to say I drew this portrait of Jeremy Irons from a photo reference and managed an A in that class.
This is a 19"x24" drawing of the current day, Robert Plant. This was my 2nd experimentation with conte. It allows me to work on a larger scale than when I'm using my graphite. I find that its not as photo-realistic, but it is more expressive than pencil work.