Topic: Artist Eddie

Wedding proposal caricature art

Creating a caricature of a proposal is not an uncommon job request for us. Normally it is a commemorative artwork that recreates the scene as it was.

In this case the wedding proposal idea was for the artwork to be done before the proposal, and the giving was to form part of the proposal. We have not heard back it she said yes or not yet!

Are you planning on proposing?? Think caricature as a memento of the occasion!

The artwork by Eddie

wedding proposal idea

 

Work group team baseball caricature

Here is a fun work team caricature by artist Eddie. The link to baseball is the workmates also competed in a baseball tournament and so this approach was apt.

The original featured the company initials on the caps and in the sky, but these have been removed for this display.

If you have a work team, regardless of any sporting prowess, we can create a fun and memorable custom artwork that will be appreciated and treasured by all.

You get a digital copy and we can arrange prints or you can arrange these locally. All-in-all a fun and cost effective gift solution.

See more of Eddie’s work or visit the Caricature King main page to start exploring.

baseball work team caricature gift

Cute caricature of a girl in a summer dress

Here is a cute caricature of a girl in a summer dress. Completed in just a  few hours from order by artist Eddie.

The customer said: “It looks awesome! I will show this to everybody :) Thank you so much! “

caricature of a cute girl in summer dress

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Caricature of boss who likes rolling up his sleeves

Here is a nice caricature of boss who likes rolling up his sleeves. The customer said he was a great guy, so decided to recognize this with a caricature for his birthday.

Art by Eddie

Caricature of boss who likes rolling up his sleeves

 

How to include everyone in a group caricature

Often we have requests for group caricatures with a LOT of additional people. Generally (though not always) the price has the client settling for an artwork that is more price attractive.

Here is one example. How to include 143 other people in the artwork, without drawing each one and the cost going through the roof? The answer of course is a montage. This montage took six hours to assemble, rather like a jigsaw puzzle.

The art then proudly featured front and centre.

The artist was Eddie

caricature with montage