Hi Joseph! I see your collection has grown. And each of them has the orange glow. I love it especially this.:)
This is cool, as always. I wanted to tell you that I saw your sketchbook at the St. Louis stop of The Sketchbook Project. It was really cool seeing the actual piece after following the making of it on your blog. (I actually found my book, too - I was very surprised because there were just stacks of them everywhere!) A photo of yours is featured here: http://samgallery1.blogspot.com/
I heard him on the radio the other night... he was talking about how he would never get a piercing, seems so incongruous for a man who is synonymous with shock!
thanks all!Redheaded Stepchild, thanks for the linkdeb, no piercings or tattoos i believe, that is shocking. then again his stage persona is totally different then the real man.
great blog! alice cooper was my first concert - i was eleven - it left an impression.
Cool stuff! excellent work!
Hey, I didn't know Alice Cooper was still around. I mean, it's more than 35 years ago that I played airguitar before the mirror listening to 'elected' on my cassette deck.
thanks!The Charm School Dropout and Rene, oh the memories from back when we listened to the Coop... i must admit i still listen to the old stuff quite regularly
Great illustration. Coincidentally, I met Alice Cooper yesterday at a Horror convention. You are right, he's still going strong!
Yes, this does bring back memories. An inspired portait!
Great illustration of the strange one! It's one way of staying alive and kicking...:)
nice one! good resemblance too :)
Wow, this takes me back! Nice work.
thanks for all the nice comments! josh pincus, i'm jealous!
I haven't listened to much Alice Cooper (yeah, I live under a rock), but this sketch is really great. I love the color choices for his skin; they integrated really well within the moleskine, and flesh is definitely a harder thing to portray in color. Thanks for stopping by my illo! :)
You really do love to love the crazy old guy.
Excuse me, *have* to love the crazy old guy. Yikes.
When I was very very young I was often listening him...then I became a fan of U2. A great change. Don't you? nice drawing!
thanks all! tsu-mina i also listen to U2!
Teh phrase really caight my attention, reading or hearing that woudl make anyoen cringe but I'm sure I'd gladly sing along tot he song reardless :) Lovely illustration!!
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