First off i'd like to tell you all how hard it is to find decent pictures of oldschool rockers, and i mean from the 80's/90's. Really hard. I found some... but not good enough. And i don't know enough about those bands to give descriptive names... except Aerosmith, but i could't think of him till now... ANYWHO,
This morning I was watching the Cartoon Cartoon show on cartoon network and they showed the "Justice Friends" from dexter's Lab. I saw the character ValHallen and remembered how much i liked him so i wanted to draw stuff like him. Here it is.
I like the guy on the bottom left the best, the one with a full body and who isn't a tiny robot. Just the overall look and style. That's my opinion on my own drawing. I don't like the old guy at the bottom right. He's kinda a rip off from thor and i hate drawing beards and mustaches. idunno why it just takes something away, i can't really explain it but maybe girls can relate when they look at guys with mustaches/beards/gotees. o well.
Hallo, I'm currently working on a charcoal drawing. It's going to take a long time, but it's gonna be awesome. Basically a self-portrait. A deeper self-portrait. Yea, i thought i would hate doing charcoal drawing/ art but it's actually pretty cool... and frustrating but wtvr i'm doin it.
Well here's some pics of these characters i made up when I was 11, but I drew these ones 4 or 5 years ago which would make me 13 or 12 years old at the time I drew them. You know what, I think I was 14 when I drew these. yea.
I drew this picture of Batman cuz this girl wanted a picture of Batman on a t-shirt. I knew how to get custom t-shirts, but i couldn't do it. The website officials said it would be "copyright infringment" to take a character from an already used thing. Watever man! So now that girl hates me since I didn't make her the shirt of her dreams.
drawing is a way of life. creating what cannot exist in the real world. creating worlds for your imagination to live. it is endless, there are no limits but what is carried in the mind and the extent of beliefs of the artist. it goes beyond the piece of paper, beyond the pencil, before anything is put down on the paper. it goes into what is experienced, into the thoughts, into the twisted reality of one's own world.