screen cap coloring

I’ve been visiting @textsfromthehiddenleaf blog, and saw Keeping Up With the Uchiha’s and had to draw it. A fitting first post for my art side blog!

Drawing based on this, please reblog, but don’t repost. I like this a lot :)

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George Harrison, screen capped from Living in the Material World

“The tulip sequence, which you see in the beginning of the film, was a home video George shot himself, with the camera on a tripod in his garden.” - David Tedeschi, Studio Daily, 20 February 2011

I’ve been wanting to paint a Disney princess screen cap. ; w ;// So I want to try painting a screen cap with my style.
I really love Aurora’s beauty, for me she is the most beautiful Disney Classic Princess. <3

I also created an Instagram account! I appreciate it if you follow me on INSTAGRAM  <3
I’ll upload some artworks in the future that I won’t be uploading here like sketches, WIPs, etc


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George Harrison with The Plastic Ono Band at the Lyceum, London, 15 December 1969

“The Plastic Ono Band played ‘Cold Turkey’ at London’s Lyceum Ballroom on Monday night. It was John Lennon’s first live appearance in Britain with his part-time Plastic group (George Harrison joined in too) - writes Alan Smith.
Lennon rolled and raved in his white suit and screamed his blood-curdling screams, across a stage on which stood Eric Clapton, Bonnie And Delaney, Billy Preston, Keith Moon and more.” - NME, 20 December 1969

“That was the craziest thing I ever went through. George [Harrison] was the one who talked me into it. He said to me, ‘You guys want to be in the Plastic Ono Band tonight?’ I said, ‘I don’t know any of those songs.’ He said, ‘You don’t have to. Don’t worry about it.’ We started playing and there was this sack on the floor out there, and I kept poking George, saying, ‘What’s in the sack?’ All he’d say was, ‘You’ll see in a minute.’ Next I asked, ‘What key is the first one in?’ and he said, ‘It don’t matter.’ I thought he was pulling my leg again, then all of a sudden Yoko [Ono] was like a snake coming out of that sack, and she was going ‘woo-oo,’ shrieking. George was laughing his ass off at me - we were playing so loud that we blew all those old Orange amps up. I blew mine first and he said, ‘Just plug it into mine.’” - Delaney Bramlett, While My Guitar Gently Weeps: The Music of George Harrison by Simon Leng

George Harrison, Miami Beach, February 1964, photographed by Ringo Starr, and screen capped from the e-book edition of Photograph

“As you see, […] George had a camera - we all had cameras. […] We’re all smoking and drinking in all these clean-cut Beatle days.” - Ringo Starr, Photograph