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    Personally, I question the motivation behind a caricature of Mother Teresa, as well as the relevance/popularity, since she's been dead since 1997...but technically it's pretty good.

    So do you draw a lot of long-dead, revered world figures, or is this just "stretching your wings" a bit? Plan on doing Pope John Paul II next? He hasn't been dead for 8 years, but he's pretty revered, too.

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    What does being alive or dead have to do with being the subject of a cariacture?

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    Well, caricatures are often done as a commentary on actuality. Mother Theresa is hardly actual.

    The drawing is good tho.

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    its history....

    who said caricature has to be actual? I already have a caricature of Pope John Paul II, i´m not sure if i posted it here in this forum, anyway here goes anothe pasted figure of recent history.


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    Quote Originally Posted by madster
    Personally, I question the motivation behind a caricature of Mother Teresa, as well as the relevance/popularity, since she's been dead since 1997...but technically it's pretty good.

    So do you draw a lot of long-dead, revered world figures, or is this just "stretching your wings" a bit? Plan on doing Pope John Paul II next? He hasn't been dead for 8 years, but he's pretty revered, too.

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    Madster, that made no sense.

    That Pope John Paul is a good painting! I particularly like the skin tones. I'm not sure what the purple stuff is behind him, though. Post more, these are good!

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    posting

    that purple is only a graphical combination it doesnt mean nothing or can mean what ever you want it to mean.

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