August 21st, 2014
Here is a great fun Boss caricature by artist Luis. Working from a good photo with the request “please have him pulling open his shirt like superman does, showing the words ‘Best Boss’ under and wearing a cap saying Lone Star Light.”
Any time is a great time to recognize a boss who is the best!
May 20th, 2014
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
March 4th, 2014
Have a business? A caricature makes a memorable business card, yellow pages and flier artwork and in this case Notch It Tiling’s Facebook page as well.
Art by John
December 7th, 2013
I was going to title this post “Why your Mother was Wrong when she Stopped you Pulling Faces in Family Photos”. Bit long, but I still have the same thing to say…a straight face is a bad and even worse, a Boring face.
A smile is better, but when it comes to the world of humorous art, pulling a funny face for your photo makes a great caricature. What we don’t want are passport or drivers licence style expressions. Keep those for your morgue photos.
Here is a recent example created by Harry, there the client’s staff rose to the occasion and were not only willing but eager to have their photos taken with wacky expressions!!
Sure as this was a caricature of the guys doing the haka meant they were more inclined to pull a face in front of the camera, but having some fun expressions really opens up the opportunity for something truly creative.
Next time you are wanting a fun caricature for a family caricature (oh WOW, couldn’t we have some fun!) retirement, birthday, anniversary, or even wedding invitation (no better time to pull a face) remember, have fun!!
Questions or comment, please let me know
November 24th, 2013
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