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You Belong in my Arms by Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

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This is HAND DRAWN with digital ink, 3 different brush size were used. NO VECTOR in this art. Tho it may look like a photo filter from photo shop, it is NOT. This was designed to resemble a comic page.

Core [C.O.R.E]
Digital Brushstrokes
Multiracial Beauty

“The Dark Cinderella Man finds his Glass Slipper”
I doubt there is anyone on the planet who doesn’t know who Ozzy is, but for the record, for those that do not, he has been in the music biz for over 40 years now. Ozzy started off as the lead singer for Black Sabbath in the late 60s at the age of 18. Ozzy grew-up in the very poor town of Birmingham England. His father didn’t get paid much money, but he loved his son and bought him an amp. He was the only one in the town that had one, and that is how he attracted the rest of the band who by the way use to laugh at him in school. Ozzy has dyslexcia and A.D.D. sense he was a child.(like me and my daughter) School was very hard for him, the teacher called him stupid, but he indeed is NOT. They didn’t know how to deal with kids like Ozzy in those times. So he dropped out at age 16 and worked as a butcher. Other things most people may not know is Ozzy’s real name is Jonathan Osbourne, Johnathan is very different from Ozzy, He is a loving man who can’t live with out his wife and kids. it would KILL him if they ever were gone.
After Black Sabbath kick Ozzy out for being too drunk to sing most of the time in the late 70s, his father died and he was going to end it all. Sharon came to collect $500.00 he owed her father who at the time owned Black Sabbath. Ozzy didn’t have the money, and he made jokes about the whole thing. Sharon found him charming and that started their great love affair. After they fell in love, Sharon’s father told her if she stayed with Ozzy, he’d cut her off. She not only stayed with him, she married him. And her father did indeed cut her off, They were poor and still owed her father a lot of money from the Black sabbath days. Sharon managed Ozzy and he had his own band, but each concert was just money owed. After they had their first child they were still living on the tour bus. the fans would knock at the door after the shows and just give them money to help out. Ozzy NEVER forgot that and is one of the few big stars who really does love his fans. Sharon was the one who told Ozzy he had what it took to be the Ozzy we know today, she stood by him thew it all, the good the bad and the ugly. She is what a real wife should be! A wonderful woman. And in the early 80s after a few year, SHE was proven to be RIGHT! Ozzy fans eat him up like candy. They are very loyal to him and as time went by Ozzy became a the Godfather of Heavy Metal, a legend! Ozzy has met queens and presidents despite his dark musical reputation. It doesn’t mater what music you enjoy, or who you are, most of today’s stars grew up hearing Ozzy in some form.

This art MAY NOT used for ANY reason with out written permission from Patricia Anne McCarty and the subjects.
© artist: Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo
© subject: Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne


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About the Artist:
Born in Dunoon-Argyll, Scotland, Patricia Anne McCarty has studied art most of her life. Patricia is an artist of many interests and skills in both the fine arts as well as commercial art. Patricia works traditionally in Sculpture using both bronze and clay, She also is a story Writer, a Poet and Lyrical Writer, Patricia has studied and can use photography as an art, and with in her art. She specializes in Digital Airbrush Painting.

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  • luckylarue
    luckylarueover 3 years ago
    Patricia, you have done a outstand job here… bravo!!!! Ozzy, would be proud!!
  • thank you so much, this was a bit harder than it looked but it was fun :)

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Marjorie Wallace
    Marjorie Wallaceover 3 years ago

    Wonderful work and I was ahppy to read this amazing story. Thank you so much for sharing.

  • You are most welcomed :)

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • ozjami
    ozjamiover 3 years ago

    I reakin’ love it !!

  • ozjami
    ozjamiover 3 years ago

    Freakin* love it i mean !!:D

  • LOL Thank YOU xoxox

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Catherine  Howell
    Catherine Howellover 3 years ago

    fabulous work!!!!!

  • thank you so much my freind :) xoxox

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Norma-jean Morrison
    Norma-jean Mor...over 3 years ago


  • you always know just what to say, Thank you my friend xoxoxoxox

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityover 3 years ago

    Awesome my dear- You did stellar work on this xx

  • thanks girl! i was thinking of your traditional inks when I drew this one :)

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Rikki Woods
    Rikki Woodsover 3 years ago

    Fan-f*cking-tastic. I was once watching a show where Ozzy was speaking and they had subtitles so we could understand what he was saying, lmfao. I LOVE him. I love Sharon too.

  • Even people who don’t much care for his music, LOVE him and Sharon. They really do love the fans too, they once had so little money they lived on their tour bus and when they had their first child, they all lived on the bus. They still owed her father so much money and Ozzy was still his property in contract. After shows, they would sell out but get little to no profit and they fans would line up at the bus and just give them money for the baby and Sharon, they helped to keep Ozzy going and he NEVER forgot that. When he says “we love you all” he really means it! :)

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • prettygore
    prettygoreover 3 years ago


  • Thank you!

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

  • Dayonda
    Dayondaover 3 years ago

    Excellent art!
    Not primitive Art, though…

  • That’s OK :) Thanks! xoxox

    – Patricia Anne McCarty-Tamayo

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