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Alrightey, ive never done this before but im gonna critique your caricature work. So, firstly id reccomend grabbing the mad art of caricature by tom richmond, heres a PDF


https://vk.com/doc-54852533_320642789?dl...51b57f2fdc



So, with caricature there is a fine line between funny/exaggerated and uncanny valley, yours are good i'd say, but you want people to know its actually a caricature. So a good thing to do is get that head and draw very simple shapes to find a base for exaggeration that really feels like the subject. Then add in the features to get ultimately the likeness. I left a few examples of like pushing a feature. Like this guy seems to have a huge jaw and a huge forehead. So its good to pick one and push it far, but maintain the distance in a smaller state, its weird..

keep up the great work, my constantly postin brethren lol


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70+Page Koala Sketchbook: http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-3465.html SB

Paintover thread, submit for crits! http://crimsondaggers.com/forum/thread-7879.html
[color=rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.882)]e owl sat on an oak. The more he saw, the less he spoke.[/color]
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@Fedodika: Wow, thanks for your critique the link for the book and the overpaint! I didn´t know the book yet! Caricature has always intrigued me, but I´ve never done one before, so any advise is helpful and welcome. I had a feeling, I did exaggerate too little...


Last demon illustration for the second batch of demons. This one´s a traveller of dimensions, capable of opening gates to other worlds, even if you don´t want to after summoning him....



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Some barbarian sketches. The guy is slightly influenced by scottish outfits as I´m travelling to Scotland in a few weeks again. Yay! :) 



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Athena and Arachne at their weaving contest. Illustration for a book about greek myths



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Second part of my Arachne commission:



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O my, this last two illustrations are so kickass, specially love the body language and the colors :)
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@Alberto: Thanks very much!

Goblin professors from goblin university



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Been to Scotland for the past weeks and visited loooooots of castles and beautiful landscapes. Due to the full schedule, I just did some quick sketching on locations in pencil and watercolours. For some I only had 20 minutes, so they are really just quick and dirty sketches















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