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    Zou Thanks Definitely working on both shading and expressions (the expressions sheet for the weekly study was a great challenge, I shall do more of them) so thank you I don't know if I could do a tutorial, I could try, I tried to make a sheet of my process with Tim Burton but it didn't come out that organised I guess it wouldn't harm for me to put together all the notes and things I've picked up and try and put it down so it makes sense

    Swedish Michaelangelo Hiya and thank you I appreciate your comments very much.

    Blackspot Aw thanks

    Anthis Hiya, yes I tend to overthink too I hear you there, I don't think it's a bad thing, trouble with me is that I procrastinate too long and lose the momentum. I also don't do enough drawings and initial sketches, I end up feeling like I could have pushed my ideas a lot further most of the time (I do tend to get bored quickly if I stay on one subject too long) I think if I look at more than one character trait that will definitely help to make things more interesting, maybe put a limit on it to 2 or 3 like Otto (e.g stupid, vain, wants to be dangerous)

    Thanks for the comps on the caricatures, Jodie was a quick sketch I like her face too, very difficult to get though. Hopefully I'll get some time/inspiration to get on with the challenge list, it's good fun but difficult to think of things lol.




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    Finally finished Juliette, or abandoned for now should I say...

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    Meow Meow (AKA Melissa Madden Grey)

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    Commission for my mum (her boss and his wife, they own a butchers shop just to explain the strange goings on with the food there)...

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    Just a quick doodle that turned into a longer sketch...

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    SSG Weekly challenge, this was just what I needed, very challenging some of these went better than others...
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    i like the finished juliette (the ground color is so cool)

    your caricature are more and more alive (melissa)

    hahaha the expressions are so funny, but it's not fair, you began before us xD

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    You really should send the Juliette to her. I like the Meow, Meow.

    Are you going to do all those expression with one character? That's tough.

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    zou Thank you haha I was eager lol.

    Blackspot You really think she'd dig it? I might do Thanks, and yeah, it's going to be tough to try and keep the character consistent, I might try it as a simple comic face/or do a disney character so it's a bit easier.




    update Finished the commission for my mum, a couple of character designs from crimsondaggers.com random character generator. I didn't do many variations but it was a nice warm up . A quick sketch of Peter Jackson to finish...

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    That last one looks great. You've really got a knack for faces. I think it'd help if you paid a little more attention to the anatomy of the rest of the body (looking at the fairy in the top post of the page, the leg anatomy could use some work), but you've got faces down almost perfectly.

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    Hi Umbravita, thanks very much and yes, I should really pay more attention on anatomy, I can get quite lazy with it the fairy is supposed to be a mixture of insect and human I really need to do more studies of insects as well. thanks again.



    Today's doodles, boobs, butt, lion and Ross Noble...

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    Finally got around to doing no.s 6 and 7 on my daily *cough* sketch challenge...my favourite drink and bird

    also...John Candy just because he was awesome...

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    John Candy will always be the best and you've got to love yourself some José Cuervo Especial

    Gereat work

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    I think she'll love it. Also send Ross Noble a print of his. You never know where or when someone might take an interest. Don't forget to include your link to littleblackwings.

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    Nice stuff I'll keep stopping in

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    great caricature as usual


    the peter jackson character is great too


    not much crits, keep up

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    Great stuff Angel - your caricature style is really maturing and showing a lot of confidence *high five*

    Hehe love the expressions page too - gotta try one of those myself as I've seen a few artists do them recently!

    Keep rocking!

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    [/B]Quike[/B] Hiya! Welcome back JC all the way (lol...it must be a sign!) and I'm so watching his films over Christmas!

    BlackSpot Cool! Thanks for the encouragement I will do that.

    Anthonycarey Thanks very much and welcome!

    zou Thanks very much mate!

    the7artist7 Eh up!! *high five* and "hell yeah! I will kick caricature butt soon!" Those expressions were a lot of fun but difficult for some of the more obscure ones, like incredulous and sarcastic (they seem very similar) I can't wait to see your take on it.



    update I've been knitting like a demon this last week getting stuff ready for our xmas market at work and it turned out quite successful, here's the santa and rudolph dolls...

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    After an nice little break from drawing I felt all fired up again and decided to tackle Brad Pitt and came up with this tiny little glimpse into my process...

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    It was suggested that I do a caricature themed SSG topic and I think I might have something fun.

    Based on my last post and this tutorial by Tom Richmond (who is 'the man') http://www.tomrichmond.com/blog/2008...-the-5-shapes/

    The study will be to take a celebrity and try and push the geometric shapes as much as you can, maybe even go as far as a cubist style, but try and keep the likeness as much as possible.

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    http://davidboudreau.weebly.com/
    http://sebastiankruger.org/thumbnails.htm
    http://www.opdebeeck.com/caricatures.html

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    Cool caricatures. You've really got a knack for them. Peter Jackson is prob one of my favorites. I also love the dolls you made. They're so cute.

    Just keeping pushing yourself. Your weaknesses showed through a bit from doing the character designs from crimsondaggers with your anatomy but that is just something that will get better over time.

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    hahaha those dolls are so funny


    i'm glad you already posted a topic about caricature
    very good resources

    THANKS

    your brad pitt is very good, you pushed hard those shapes, i must do like u !

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    Istmin52 - Thanks very much Peter Jackson is one of my favourites, I'm looking forward to working it up Anatomy studies are definitely on the to do list too.

    zou - Lol, thanks those dolls are fun to make. Make me feel christmassy too are you in the secret santa this year?



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    Nice work

    love that 30days drawing challenge, did you finish it? That Muppet is awesome.

    great Emmanuelle Beart sketch, good likeness. She has an intersting face, I think I'll draw her myself tonight.

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    Setherial thanks I didn't finish it, I'm lame I'm going to though when I've got some free time





    update Did some more work on the Blackadder Goes Forth series, here's the WIPS of the rest of the cast.

    I did Blackadder and Melchett ages ago and they turned out quite popular and also I watched the series again recently, I still cry at the ending.


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    Awesome caricatures, I like the muppet pencil piece, I like how you experiment with different mediums but stick to the subject matter/characters/concepts as the main focus. Nice work.

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    These last ones are really astonishing

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    Very very good caricature works

    i like the style very much

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    Hi Mr-Joe Thanks very much, it's great fun experimenting with different mediums, I always seem to go back to photoshop though because it's easier, which is a bad habit I think.

    Quike Garcia Cheers :cheers:

    zou Hiya thanks very much, and the great thing about the technique I used was it's very, very fast to paint I did all 4 in one night, it probably shows, but they are still WIPS atm.

    Black Spot Thanks so much for the feedback, what is it about George that I missed? Baldrick definitely needs more lines and muck on his face I did kinda smooth him out a bit too much. ta




    update

    Carrot Nose Warmer and Penguins!! oh yeah and Robin Tunney for the ISCA forum sketch challenge.

    Happy New Year! x

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    Ahahaha carrot nose warmer is cute and silly and awesome! Loving the caricatures - you're just getting better and better! John Candy one ... I know a friend who would get a kick out of that one as Mr Candy is his fav actor ... ahhh it's great to browse a sketchbook and be chuckling to yourself with a big smile

    Keep rocking!

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    Hiya Greg thanks very much! that's so nice of you to say *inflated ego..check* When my computer is all fixed I'll have to paint up the John Candy one and I'll send you a copy for your mate


    update computer is on the blink, kaput...a goner! the upside is it's been giving me signs for a while so I've backed everything up and I'm saving up for an upgraded rig plus I have been wanting to get away from photoshop and get back into paints again, and also to read those papery things I've been collecting that are gathering dust on my bookshelf.

    a quick sketch of Mara Wilson for a poster idea and a photo of my xmas stall I had at work that I forgot to post...

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    Great sketchbook!! ;O

    I especially love your lion in post #846, shes super cute and I really like your portrait of Emmanuelle Beart too!

    I don't have any crits, but i'd love to see more animals/creatures in your style

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    The Robin Tunney caricature is great And the nose warmer seems to be quite a helpful complement The last character looks great, but is difficult to read what is he wearing under the coat.. is it armour?

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