Nick Jonas by Jazz Williams

Jonas Brothers fans, here’s something for you. Who wouldn’t known the youngest member of the band – Nick Jonas? Tennessee based illustrator Jazz Williams got the inspiration watching the tv show, Scream Queens where Nick Jonas is also a part. Now, let’s see her drawing!

Jazz Williams

Jazz Williams

I’m a slave to the pencil and paper; I absolutely love drawing in my sketchbook. That’s where my images seem more… Me. But in this day and age of growing technology, I decided to try some digital drawings, just a little over a year ago, and I love it. I love creating digital portraits of my favorite people, whether it be my favorite character from a book or show, my favorite musician, or even my family member.
-Jazz Williams

Jazz Williams

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Jazz Williams

I was actually watching a tv show when I first came up with the idea to draw Nick Jonas. I was watching Fox’s Scream Queens, and I saw Nick Jonas on the screen and I started getting flashbacks to when the Jonas Brothers first became popular and realized how much he’d changed. And when I saw his spread in I-D not but a few days later, I knew I just had to draw it (mostly because I love his new hairstyle, I knew I would have fun drawing that).
-Jazz Williams

Jazz Williams

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I get inspired by many a things when it comes to my drawings. When I’m illustrating portraits, that person is the biggest inspiration of all. I try my best to capture their character in the image.
-Jazz Williams

Jazz Williams

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It’s so hard to describe my style, because I’m still trying to get a grasp of it. I look to other artists for a kind of foundation to help me hone my style, but that just inspires me to keep at what I’m doing and not worry about having a particular theme or style. I just wanna draw, I don’t like thinking too much about the technique. And I see similar mentalities in my two biggest inspirations: Picasso & Basquiat.
-Jazz Williams

Jazz Williams

I got great advice once that I think can apply to aspiring artists of all fields whether it is acting, singing, dancing or drawing. They told me to never give up on what I love, and the key to succeeding is to finally believe you are good at what you do. I’m actually still working on that last part myself.
-Jazz Williams

About Jazz Williams

Born and raised in Memphis. Jazz Williams was very quiet as a child. She would mostly keep to herself, drawing, reading, or writing up fiction stories in class and at home. She’s 22 now, just recently changed her majoring to Studio Arts a few years ago. She started going to university to become a teacher, but she would take art classes on the side as electives because she loved art ever since Jazz picked up a crayon for the first time. She never thought she was really good at drawing or if she could do anything with it, until a certain art teacher asked her why she wanted to be a teacher when she had so much passion and natural skill in the arts. That’s when she took, what seemed to her, the hugest leap, and started a major in the arts. See more of her works on Behance or her Instagram.