I love the black background scene, but doesn't that take up time to create?I guess if you do not have a big line waiting, it's OK to get a little more creative, huh?Good work!
Thanks for posting these. I learn something new from every sketch you do!
Hi Angie, i believe there is a difference between american and european (or perhaps only dutch) caricaturists .You american caricaturists are always, or much more often judged by the quantity of caricatures you make in an hour.My experience as a caricaturist is that people also see it as a sort of performance/demonstration of a person's artistic skills. Ofcourse I can't do 4 caricatures in an hour, but clients never count the amount of caricatures I make during a gig
amazing work marion. superior design whimsical, very unique, very you. gosh you're such an inspiration.thank god you live overseas and aren't my direct competition. *phew* lol, joking. of course i would hang out with you every day to pick your brain if only we lived on the same continent. i hope you have an amazing 2008. xoxosam
MARION...HE VISTO TODO TU BLOG Y LA VERDAD ME DEJAS ASOMBRADO PORQUE ERES UNA EXCELENTE CARICATURISTA...TE FELICITO POR HABER PARTICIPADO EN EL NCN...ALGUN DIA SUEÑO CON ESTAR ALLI JE JE JE ...FELICITACIONES,TE HE AGREGADO A MIS LINKS,SALUDOS Y EXITOSGUAICO
Great stuff Marion i really like as mentioned before the black blackground what kind of marker did you use for it?
I sure want to hang out with you too Sam, such a pity you were born over there....Nelson, I use wide copic markers.
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