Sunday, September 11, 2016

Bob Dylan's Voice


Don't get me wrong--I love Bob Dylan's music. But lately, every time I hear his voice, I imagine it coming from a six inch tall grumpy elf. 

Stylistic influence thanks to my friend J.B. Monge

6 comments:

Jim Serrett said...

He can do anything he wants, and we are OK with it... he's Bob Dylan.

Tom Hart said...

Haha....I'm a huge Bob Dylan fan, but I can't disagree with your assessment of his recent sound. Great caricature. It feels a little "Froud" to me...(maybe due to the elvish quality).

Nic Human said...

Delightful drawing! I tend to share the same sentiments about his current sound :)

Brian McElligott said...

Love it! I think Bob would too. Or he might write another "When I paint my masterpiece" with you as some sort of strange villain. You never know what Bob will do next..

rotm81 said...

This seems fitting: http://www.smobserved.com/story/2016/09/11/entertainment/bob-dylans-first-permanent-public-work-of-art/1907.html

Warren JB said...

Excellent! :D Bob Dylan used to host a radio show that was broadcast on late-night BBC Radio 2, here in the UK. It was a great accompaniment, driving home on a darkened, near-empty motorway, with Bob's gravelly monotone introducing all kinds of obscure blues, jazz, calypso, etc. The caricature isn't a million miles from what was in my mind's eye!