Cool to see this stuff! Dat baby is just soooo keeewwwwwwwttttttt!!! Awwww!
PS What's with the small bodies anyway? Just curious. (no offense)
I can't believe you're seriously asking that (are you??), but anyway it's because you want the focus to be the face of the person -to get their character and their personality clearly down; something big and bold so all can see it from a distance. The small bodies are therefore secondary and also a bit of a gag for party caricaturists that have been used for decades. If I made the bodies larger, the heads, by contrast, would have to be smaller and thus would have less detail in them. It's possible to do with a smaller pen, but I want it to be seen by people passing by so I can get more work, and make more money so I can pay my bills and continue living. Thanks for the comment.
Actually I was kidding...I thought you might get the reference...my post is actually a quote from you on one of my posts about the monster series. Those are your words, verbatim.
Ahh, you got me. Good one.I'll leave up my comment anyway for possible ignorant clients- I mean beloved clients! Please hire Me!
Hey Dan, these are awesome! You're a great caricaturist, man, you really capture everyone's likeness, energy and features. This is one branch of drawing I've never been able to do 'cause it's so difficult to capture people's likenesses. Especially boring-looking people. Not that your beloved clients are boring at all!!! :) Hey, what IS IT with the small bodies??? lolSomehow I don't think Justin was kidding at all...he's just backpedaling over there.
Thanks, Jesse. Yeah, more "normal" looking people are harder to do in general and require more in depth looking to see any intracacies of their physiognomy.
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