Doogie Howser NPH Portrait

TV: #102-106

Mad Men Don Draper portrait art

TV: #97-101

More iconic television characters.

Beverly Goldberg Wendi McClendon Covey art portrait

TV: #92-96

Here begins a new theme: Iconic television characters. First on the list are Al Bundy, Alex P. Keaton, BA Barracus, Beverly Goldberg and Bull. This theme is going to be far from complete, as there are so many incredible characters to choose from. I’ll definitely have to come back to these at some point.

Musicians #87-90

More iconic singers and musicians in this last group of portraits.

Musicians #83-86

Some of my all-time favorites in this group. There will never be another Freddie Mercury. And both Eddie Vedder and James Hetfield are two of the greatest musical influences in my life.

Musicians #78-82

Adding to the list of iconic musicians.

Musicians #73-77

I really enjoyed doing portraits of musicians (primarily singers). It was a nice break from the film/tv stuff that I do most. I’ll definitely get back to it at some point. Varying my style up per subject also keeps me interested in what I’m doing, though part of me longs for an immediately identifiable aesthetic. (Maybe I have one, but am too close to see it.)

What? You Went Over My Helmet?

Dark Helmet Spaceballs

72: Dark Helmet. Rick Moranis in Spaceballs had so many great lines and moments and performances, it’s almost stifling to write about them all. There was a period of time where this movie was in more constant viewing rotation at my house than Star Wars itself. It’s my favorite of Mel Brooks’ films, but some of that may be nostalgia. One thing is for certain: I miss Rick Moranis.

This Chick is Toast!

Gozer Ghostbusters

71: Gozer the Gozerian. I remember seeing Ghostbusters in the theater when I was a kid. It scared me, but was hilarious, and I LOVED it. (Still do.) When we got home, I made my dad call the Ghostbusters hotline number on the phone. Pretty sure I got an Operator message, but it was still pretty cool. Narratively, it’s quite a feat that the major villain in the movie is only talked about a couple of times before she appears, and even then it’s only for about 4 minutes of screen time toward the end. And she still makes quite an impression.