Motley Crue singer Vince Neil is helping a noble cause, the Skylar Neil Foundation, by selling an autographed portrait of himself.

"I am very excited to offer the ultimate collector's item for the ultimate cause. It's a signed, limited-edition portrait of me, by artist Todd Claydon,” Neil said on the official Skylar Neil Foundation Facebook page. (You can see the portrait on that page as well.)

“It comes matted in a cool leather-like, black pebble matt, is numbered and embossed with a seal of authenticity,” he added. “These are the last 100 prints (out of 200) and are the only ones I have signed. And proceeds benefit the official Skylar Neil Foundation!"

The realistic illustration was crafted using over a million hand-applied dots. We’re guessing that took a while.

Neil is honored that Claydon, a world-famous illustrator, contributed to this project.

"Todd Claydon's artwork is simply amazing, and I was honored to sign the last 100 numbered prints of his portrait of me, to help raise money for my Skylar Neil Foundation and combat childhood illness and disease,” he said.

The Skylar Neil Foundation was founded in memory of Neil’s young daughter, Skylar, who passed away after a battle with cancer in 1995.

Want more Neil? Check out Ultimate Classic Rock's exclusive interview with the metal man.

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