1) What band's music really inspires your art the most? Usually I put my "Invaders Must Die" CD into my stereo when I draw something. When I'm writing it's probably the exact opposite, there I prefer something more calm and atmospheric, like Fever Ray.
2) What band(s) do you like, and what genre of music are they? My favorite bands are solstafir and Darkthrone
3) Are there any musicians out there that you think you look Similar to? Any that you think you sound like? No I'm not aware of looking or sounding like any musician.
GUERRILLAcartoonzFeatured By OwnerNov 18, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I listen to a huge variety of Classic Rock while I draw. But I mostly listen to Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Fleetwood Mac, and a bunch of others that I can't really think of off the top of my head right now.
Whenever I draw, I usually listen to any type of metal. It can range from Heavy Metal to Goth metal. It also depends on the mood that I'm in. But whenever I do listen to my metal, I tend to work faster, and concentrate more on my work. Plus I also get lost in it and forget about everything else lol. Some of these bands that I listen to are Avenged Sevenfold, H.I.M., Mercenary, Nightwish, In This Moment, Testament, Delain just to name a few.
It kinda depends on what I'm drawing. I have a lot of Movie Soundtracks on my iPod. but anyway: 1) John Butler, Hans Zimmer, and mostly Folk or depressing music 2) John Butler Trio and Mumford and Son's, John being [rock, maybe?] and Mumford being Folk 3) I can immitate people's voices, so yea
what a coincidence, your favorite ones are just the same as mine
True, i really love the PV. especially the very first seconds, so freaking impressed
and The Invisible Wall, that's the piece made me fell into Jrock. after I listened to that, i was like "who is he?" *pointed at Ruki* "so handsome...." LOL (though now i scream more for AOI) ← but Ruki's still my favorite vocalist of all time X3
then i started to get into more and more bands, but the GazettE is the very best for me
One of my friends was mistaken for Exist Trace's singer one time. I was with her and I was like 'wtf' This was in Sweden. Everyone was running after her shouting for an autograph. And I'm the one with musical talent and not my friend.
lol poor friend of yours i can imagine the feeling like "oh i'm getting to meet Jyou! OMG!" kinda thing XD but it turned out that it wasn't her just like when i mistaken my dad with the another man lol
NeithacultraFeatured By OwnerNov 9, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
1) At the moment I must say it's juggling between The Alan Parsons Project and King Crimson. Delving into Alan Parsons's Eye in the Sky and KC's Thrakattak. 2) Usually the most inspirational genres for me are progressive rock, technical death metal and experimental fusion stuff, though I also listen to a variety outside that like swing revival, electronica, industrial, dark cabaret etc. Basically anything besides mainstream pop or rock. Kind of into chinese folk metal now. XD 3) I don't think I really look like any musician, but I always have futile attempts at trying to do falsetto like Rob Halford or scream & growl like how the vocalist of the Black Dahlia Murder does. (I tried it this morning and my throat was bleeding ) I must say instrument wise, I'm inspired by Les Claypool.
1) I think now it's something like this song - "Adele - Skyfall" (I can't show you a link because it will be only link on the new James Bond official video:- ) ) As for bands, these are RHCP, Metallica, Queen and Bee Gees (I dunno why haha~) 2) I love rock, but also I can listen to every song I like despite genre~ 3) And I don't think I really look like any musician :- )
rustyironmongerFeatured By OwnerNov 9, 2012Hobbyist General Artist
1: What band's music really inspires your art the most? Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Enya or Mike Oldfield
2: What band(s) do you like, and what genre of music are they? I like Enya, Kitaro, Yanni, Vangelis, 2002, Steven Halpern and Anuna (New Age), R. Carlos Nakai (Native American), Marillion, Emerson, Lake & Palmer and the Alan Parsons Project (progressive rock), Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Allman Brothers Band, the Beatles and the Grateful Dead (heritage rock), Saxon and Pantera (classic metal), Twisted Sister, Whitesnake, the Offspring and Primus (modern rock), John Coltrane, Al Jarreau, Miles Davis, Najee and Kenny G (jazz), Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Mike Oldfield and Mannheim Steamroller (exhibition-style instrumentals) and almost all late 60s to mid-90s soft rock.