caricature

011: Mixing Traditional and Digital Techniques When Creating Caricatures

011: Mixing Traditional and Digital Techniques When Creating Caricatures

  Posted: Saturday, April 30, 2016   Highlights, Takeaways, Quick Wins 1. It’s good to constantly be expanding your skills by learning new techniques. 2. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different techniques; being uncomfortable is good because it means growth and not stagnation. 3. Focus on what you can take away from learning something […]

010: Collaboration in Creating Caricatures

Posted: Saturday, April 23, 2016 Highlights, Takeaways, Quick Wins 1. Collaboration is not having 100% control and requires trust. 2. Instead of being frustrated by the lack of control in collaborating you need to see the beauty in it. 3. Collaboration is utilizing people’s best skills to serve the project and not your ego. 4. […]

So I did caricatures of the Screen Junkies crew (no biggie)!

So I did caricatures of the Screen Junkies crew (no biggie)!

  Posted: Friday, April 22, 2016   So a few months ago I sent a copy of my Tony Todd caricature as Candyman to Screen Junkies studio in hopes that they would put it on their fan art wall — I was even able to get it autographed by Tony Todd too! What I ended […]

Case Study 004: Nick Mundy

Case Study 004: Nick Mundy

  Posted: Sunday, February 21, 2016   The Subject I’m a huge Screen Junkies fan. I stumbled upon their YouTube channel about 3 years ago when my wife was at work. She was working late and I was messing around on her iPad and looking up movie trailers. I saw something called Honest Trailers for […]

008: Overcoming the Challenges of Caricaturing a Newborn

008: Overcoming the Challenges of Caricaturing a Newborn

  Posted: Sunday, February 14, 2016 My wife recently had our first baby, a little baby girl. Since my wife got pregnant I have been thinking about making the baby’s announcement card. I knew that I would probably want to do a caricature or some type of illustration of my baby that I could send out […]

Leslie Agan and her assistant Gwenzy…

Leslie Agan and her assistant Gwenzy…

  BlogPost 007: How to Tell a Story with a Caricature (When You Don’t Have a Lot to Go With) Posted: Sunday, December 20, 2015 Highlights, Takeaways, Quick Wins Creating a likeness in a caricature is baseline. Telling a story is what will set you apart as a caricature artist. Dig deep when creating a caricature. […]

Christmas Commission Complete

Christmas Commission Complete

  Posted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015 I’m off this week from my day-job and I’m catching up on a lot of commissions and finished phase one of this Christmas-themed family caricature. I’m very pleased with it and will probably be writing a case study on it this week too. So stay tuned for that.   […]