Series of Portraits by Robert Alejandro
Robert Alejandro has been drawing ever since he could hold a pen.
Here are some of his most recent work.
During the ravaging aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan (aka Yolanda) in the Philippines, Robert held a bidding to fundraise for the survivors. Here are the winning portraits given to the highest bidders.
This is another "portrait for Haiyan / Yolanda Survivors". This is how I started out - a base of flesh acrylic.
This is the finished portrait (from the last post). I'm not sure what "style" of art this is - I think it's a bit of fashion-ish artwork isn't it?
Working on the portraits of winning bids for survivors of Haiyan / Yolanda. Proceeds go to relief efforts.
I am thankful to all the bidders of "portraits for Haiyan / Yolanda survivors". A Christmas dinner in Tacloban (lechon / roasted pig was served to thousands on Christams Eve) was possible because of your donations.
More portraits from the "Haiyan / Yolanda" fundraising. Some of the money was spent on a roasted pig dinner for thousands in Tacloban. We have @msderossi @vangoghisbipolar @pingmedina and plenty of volunteers to help out with the cooking. I heard ALL were fed that Christmas Eve ~ much like Mark 6:41.
This is part of a series of portraits of my friend @franceszonita . I used blue black fountain pen ink + soft pastels on a rough watercolor paper.
You can find more of Robert's art at all Papemelroti shops www.papemelroti.com
His blog + website www.raadesign.com