this one was fun. another demo that he later came back and bought, which seems to happen to me kinda often.
I know, I totally missed and didn't see that she had red eyes. I suck, I know.
this was a fun couple, it was their anniversary. I thought I captured them enough. btw, he requested to untint his glasses.
these two I did a couple weeks earlier as demos but then later on colored for fun (that's why colors don't match) and they happened to visit the park again to say hi, so I asked if they could pose with the sketches that I happened to have around. fun couple. I missed on the guy, would have done it totally different this time around.
she wanted it tame and nice...always interesting when people don't really get that a caricature is suppose to be fun and silly, but I did do it more tame.
she wanted it more tame as well. I think it came out looking decent for "tame"
this one took a while, the dad asked if I could put the kids in there in the last second, that's why they're so small. They also asked if I could do the "Incredibles" costumes after I already drew the capes, which they don't have. but it came out fun and they seem to really dig it, so that's cool. I goofed on the dad's arm. which wouldn't have looked goofed if I did everything more my own style...I should start just going for that more.
yeah, that guy's face was pretty much a caricature already. add on his huge hat and it was hip hip hooray fun drawing time! heh. I went way too tame on the girl and screwed up her mouth placement though.
a few more pics coming up, where I go the most exaggerated to end my 1st lil stint as a park caricaturist at Dorney park season.
for more pics from this batch that aren't posted on this blog visit my Ten Ton studios caricature thread HERE.