|Gentleman Zombie - 18x24, oil on canvas|
For some reason I find the idea of a traditional portrait, but of a zombie appearing as if he actually posed for it, really funny. I kept laughing to myself as I was painting it, maybe it's just me. I decided to use Sargent's portrait of Coventry Patmore as a guide and follow a sketch I did (which itself was a progression from this
drawing I did years ago). I'd hoped to get this idea out of my head but I had so much fun with it, I'm already planning a companion piece of a sophisticated Lady Zombie.
Haha! love this so much
You know how much I love this -- how I kept laughing whenever I walked by as you were painting (and I can't help but giggle at the thought of the lady zombie). I can't wait to hang this on the wall in October (sorry, just October).
Awesome work, as always.
Wow Kevin, I was having a really hard time trying to figure out whether this was digital or traditional. You did very well. By the way, I love the variation in the teeth.
This. Is. Hi-la-rious.
You ARE onto something.
You're pretty dang good with oils. I hope to see this guy in a new season of the walking dead.
Amazing work as usual.
I hope when I'm a zombie someone can do my portrait like this... Then I will eat their brains.
This really is quite awesome!
"Hrump! Hrump, brains and a rasher of bacon if you please Jeeves, oh and perhaps some kidneys too I think,thank you."
You are still very awesome!
perfect!!! That's hilarious
This is fantastic Kev!
so good, your illustration is great!
best regards from Sheila - juegos de vestir
jejejeje, great fusion!!
This one is one of my favorite !! Bravoo !
Pure genius! Awesome!
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