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Brian Epstein and Beatles painting by Andrew-Robinson Brian Epstein and Beatles painting by Andrew-Robinson
This original original watercolor, gouache, colored ink and acrylic painting will be raffled off at The Comic Bug tomorrow, March 5th. I'll be signing all day in Manhattan Bch, CA and if you buy a copy of the Fifth Beatle or any of my art books you'll automatically be entered into the raffle.
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Skudsink Featured By Owner May 21, 2014  Professional Artist
Whew this is beautiful! Great character posture!
Jsmigle Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Awesome love The Beatles!
rori77 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
really cool!!!
DAVIDGMILEY Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2014
Really love the textures and mixed media on this. Very cool. 
hyperjack08 Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
too cool!
patbollin Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
Awesome! I bought my copy at the local comic shop yesterday. Great looking art.
tombancroft Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Professional Filmographer
OH- and a third connection!  It says you live in Alta Dena, CA and SO DOES Tony!  You guys are neighbors.  He wants to meet you so if you do also, note me and give me your email address.  I'll send it to him and connect you two.  Crazy, huh?  
Andrew-Robinson Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014
That's cool. Yes I spoke with the music producer who gave the book to Paul. Guess it's weird to look at a book that is loosely retelling your own life's history.
An animated feature sounds fantastic. Congrats to Tony. I'll pass along my info.
tombancroft Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2014  Professional Filmographer
Andrew, my brother Tony, also a former Disney animator/director, just bought your wonderful "Fifth Beatle" GN and was showing it to me when we went last week to speak to the animation students at SCAD.  TWO connections: We saw you went to SCAD, so we asked people if they had seen the book by a former student.  They assumed they had ordered it already at their library.  We said, you'd better, its great.  Second, and even better, Tony is directing an animated feature film (in development now) based on a children's book by Paul McCartney.  Tony talks often with Paul.  He mentioned your book and asked Paul if he had seen it.  He said "yes" and that someone (I think) you mutually knew, had given it to him.  No opinions where offered by him after that, so I can't say what he thought of it, sorry.  But, he's seen it.  Good for you and great work!  
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