Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Rupert Murdoch's Cold Dead Eyes



I started this portrait to create an illustration to reveal the obvious hypocrisy of Rupert Murdoch. I was going to draw characters from all the offensive (and funny) shows that Fox has aired and place them behind the conservative Murdoch. As I was drawing this I thought I would refine the sketch as a more realistic drawing and drop in a simple background instead. This is the progress so far. I'll post the final illustration soon.

8 comments:

Brian Taylor Illustration said...

Looks great, man. I really dig the detailed illos you do like this....

alex fine illustration said...

Thanks Brian, sometimes I think about incorporating this style into my editorial work.

Marcus Mientus said...

my favourite one among all your great work.
thanx for your comment!

alex fine illustration said...

Thank Marcus. I appreciate you stopping by.

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