In the style of 'Odd'...When the fat lady sings.

In the style of 'Odd'...When the fat lady sings.

Hi Lewis its a unique style you have combining many different subjects , it looks like fun and not having to rely on reference brings a lovely freedom to invent well done mate I like it.

Brilliant again Lewis and I love the odd

Good job Lewis.

Well she's singing now Lewis! Great one:)

What stands out most is you skill as a cartoonist Lewis. Amazing stuff. Great imagination too.

You have a superb ability to portray varied characters and your gallery is extremely entertaining and skilfully Lewis.

So much to look at here Lewis and what an imagination you have to include such detail from the buxom lady with a gap in her teeth right down to all those evil little faces grinning on the left side. Then there's the chap with the cigar looking on with that 'I don't believe it' expression! There's a story here and it's excellent :)

I like your 'odd' Lewis. The fat lady reminds me of a drag artist!! I love the monocle on the guy on the left, brilliant.

I'd like to know where you meet these characters Lewis. Such detail - Wow!

So much to look at and work out - great

So much to see here and wonder at and weave one's own story around! Great stuff Lewis. Thank you for sharing it with us.

Fabulous larger than life characters Lewis....great fun and very skilful.

Your drawing skills are masterful. I love your work.

Hang on Studio Wall

I like some surreal art (some I hate). This started as an attempt at surrealism. Not as easy as I thought. So I've settled on a new style I'm calling 'ODD'. (I know, there's nothing new under the sun.) My concept came from the phrase...'it's not over 'till the fat lady sings'. I like odd, so I'm issuing a public health warning now... A3 watercolour.

About the Artist
Lewis Cooper

Self taught. Love drawing. Like to make pictures up, without using reference pics, often in cartoon style. I do other pictures where I do use reference. I'm knocking on a bit, born in 1940 in Greenwich, London. Retired, and loving it.

View full profile
More by Lewis Cooper