A bit late on this but still wanted to create a quick fanart of Adam West Batman since Mr. West passed away last Sunday and I was saddened by the news! Adam West Batman was the first Batman I saw on TV on VHS when I was a kid in the 80s! Then Michael Keaton Batman came along in 1989 and everything became very dark, moody and broody! Still love Batman anyways, even if he’s no longer his campy self! R.I.P Adam West, wish east coast Gotham paid a tribute to you as L.A did!
Finishing up the Bond sketch series with Roger Moore sketch, even though he passed away in May. I am still finishing up some of the Bond films with Roger Moore. My Favorite is still ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’. Although Moonraker was fun too with the sci-fi/fantasy element. He was one fine, suave gentleman, ‘a real class act’ as someone I know described on Instagram!
May was full of all things related to James Bond with the sad parting of Chris Cornell (May 17) who sang the song for Casino Royale to Roger Moore (May 23) who was 007 from 1973-1985.
Did your summer movie season kicked off with Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2? We bought tickets Friday morning on opening weekend and was so excited! The first one was so awesome, entertaining and a nice surprise too since I didn’t know this Marvel comic series. I was more of the X-Men and any crossover (such as Infinity Gauntlet/War reader anyways)
Still laughing with Drax and Mantis!
The songs as always is so good – the music from both Vol 1 an 2 are in heavy rotation when I am doing my work!
What did you think of the second GotG movie?
A bit late on this post but how did you spend May the 4th? For me, it fell on the same day as burlesque sketch night at the Society of Illustrators!
That night felt a bit like stepping into a Mos Eisley cantina!
Several 2-5 minute sketches on top and 10-20 minutes on middle and bottom.
Burlesque models: Leftylucy and friend as R2-D2, X-Wing Fighter Pilot, Obi-Wan Kenobi and C3-PO.
Throwback Thursday when Drawing New York collaborated with Museum of Art and Design (MAD) to host a sketch night based on the museum’s new exhibition, “Counter-Couture, Handmade Fashion in an American Counterculture”. It was one groovy night I have to say and it was fun drawing the models dressed in 1960’s fashion with the exhibition as the backdrop. The museum provided the materials too! I haven’t used Prang color pencils in such a long time, since I was a kid! I had to hustle to get the model and their clothes down in 10-15minutes!
If you are in NYC, the exhibition ends August 20.