Earlier this year, I was asked to draw caricatures at a staff event for Maped Helix (remember those geometry sets?). Some of the staff weren't there on the day, so this week I drew #caricaturesfromphotos #caricature #commission in the same style as my 'live' drawings. These are done with Promarker pens and a brush pen. Get in touch through the Contact Page if you would like something similar for your staff!
#caricature #commission for #gift Some of the 21 sketches I drew this week for a the staff of a music school. The drawings are based on photos sent by the client. They are drawn on #Seawhite paper. The outline is done with a Pentel FP10 brush pen, and shading is achieved with four shades of grey using Promarkers.
This #caricature #commission is a #gift for a corporate client. It's not every day I combine species, nor is it every day I have a debate with the client about whether to hide a part of the anatomy or cover it with a strategically placed leg.
This #caricature #commission is a #gift for the best man at a forthcoming wedding. It illustrates the perils of driving 'old school' British cars abroad. The drawing was created in Sketchbook on a #SurfacePro 4 tablet. There are four layers to the drawing. The first, which is hidden, is a rough layout. This was done in a very light grey, so that it would not dominate the second layer, which is the black outline. Between these layers I added a third, which was the block shadin