Barney Fife, as we all know, is the greatest black and white television hero of classic family friendly cinema era. Played by the venerable Don Knotts, he had confidence and swagger in abundance. This is a demonstration....of that swagger. And a demonstration....of my pencil skills. Critiques are welcome, of course.
Tags: the-andy-griffith-show, thug-life, black-and-white, vintage, television
Residents of North Carolina as well as visitors from around the world have discovered the many pleasures of North Carolina's Outer Banks. Home to the legendary Andy Griffith and featured in novels by Nicholas Sparks, the OBX (as the natives call it) is famous for many things including beautiful beaches, plentiful fishing, sun-dappled ocean waves, windsurfing and much, much more.
Tags: nicholas-sparks, andy-griffith, croatan, emerald-isle, pine-knoll-shores
This is an ongoing series we are working, featuring some of the greatest artist of all time. People who have shaped the world of art and whose work and life has influenced us. We are trying to give a unique style to each artwork. This one is on Andy Warhol, who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as 'pop art'. This artwork tries to capture 'Pop Art' in it's full glory.
Tags: art, andy-warhol, marlyn-monroe, mickey-mouse, brain
Part of a series of illustrations called ‘Modern Portraiture.’ The Original illustration is on A4 fine grain cartridge paper, 160g, acid free. Pencil. For more info: http://www.facebook.com/ExpeditionaryClub https://www.instagram.com/paulnelsonesch
Tags: mighty-mouse, tony-clifton, latka-gravas