wish I got a better picture of her. she was pretty shocked when she saw her caricature, heh. this one was fun.
this guy was pretty excited about getting a caricature drawn so I thought I'd take a little more time on it. I need to draw smaller! and looking at it now, I should have made the mouth higher.
I was relatively peachy pleased with this one.
this was a quick demo that the kid ended up buying. great face, also he had these cool and unusual eyeballs that vibrated back and forth, I tried to show that in the drawing but don't think it came across to clear.
should have made more forehead, and more chin, but overall it was a fun one to do.
I like the line of the mouth to the cheek.
these girls were fun and fun to draw. great contrasting faces.
I liked the way the lines came out on this one. needs more nose.
I was happy with how this one turned out and the layout.
lines kinda sloppy but a fun one.
this is a friend of a co-worker. as I was drawing this--starting with the nose then drawing the eyes... a dad was watching with his little kid, offering explanatory commentary to his kid on what I was doing. dad to son--- "ooh...now look at this one...he's drawing a face upside down" hee hee, must have been cause all I had drawn were the eyes which were under the nose, heh.
eh. all right. lines kinda wobbly in a bad way.
needs more forehead.
I think I missed on the eyes a bit, but overall, it was a nice one.
*for the next two black and white caricatures these 2 girls came up and asked if we could do a caricature for a dollar. Half jokingly, I said I'd do a 10 second caricature for 25 cents. they agreed, heh. I like doing these kind of quick ones with lots of open lines and not lifting up. actually, these prolly took me less than 10 seconds.
here's a bunch more--ones that are ok/decent, some I like the style or are funny but missed on likenesses etc.