This portrait of Joe Langridge-Brown was the second portrait I started in this collection of drawings, and was the first one I completed. It is a 9″x12″ on sketch white sketch paper.
A quote of his is featured on the home page of this site. That quote was very inspirational helping me rediscover the love for my work.
Conor Mason’s portrait was the first drawing that I started out of this collection of drawings. It is a 9″x12″ graphite drawing on white sketch paper.
II began this sketch with his face back in the summer of 2016. I had set it aside and waited until I saw this band peform again live in October of 2016.
Phil’s portrait was the second to last portrait I worked on and took a few days to complete. The detail in his shirt took a little bit of time. It is a 9″x12″ graphite drawing on white sketch paper.
Dom Craik’s portrait came together rather quickly. It is a 9″x12″ graphite drawing on white sketch paper.
It took awhile to find some really nice photo references that actually showed Dom playing his guitar and wasn’t just centered on his face. This drawing has been a favorite and spawned some commission work for me after I shared it on my social media pages.
Price was the last drawing for me to do and came together quite quickly. It is a 9″x12″ graphite drawing on white sketch paper.
Like Dom’s portrait, it was tough to find good photo references to use of Price playing. That’s the downfall of being the drummer sometimes, being in the back. For that reason, I wanted to make sure I spent time making this look really nice.