Sweet chop. You gave him a great send-off. Congrats on the silver, Gary
Quality work, though his face became not so easy recognizable. He had a very round face, so it'd be nice to keep it round in the caricature too. Also I'd keep his original nose shape (he had quite a pointy nose) - then even caricature would be easily recognized as Bob Hoskins. Still a great job though
This Tuesday another Hollywood star has fallen. British actor Bob Hoskins died at age 71. Hoskins became world famous after playing detective Eddie Valiant in "Who Framed Roger Rabbit" (1988) - a live action and animation hybrid. The film became the second highest grossing movie of the year after "Rain Man". After "Roger Rabbit" Hoskins played numerous characters on the big screen, from gangsters to tough guys to working-class gentlemen. He appeared in at least one movie per year from 1972 till his retirement in 2012. Here are 7 facts about him you might not know. What is your Hoskins' favorite role?
To pay tributes to Bob Hoskins, photoshop him any way you wish.
Image credit: Walt Disney Co.
It's a good week for Bob Marley fans.
If he were still alive, the Jamaican reggae legend would turn 65 this Saturday. To celebrate, many reggae bands around the world will be playing Bob Marley songs on Saturday.
To Celebrate Bob Marley's 65th birthday at Freaking News, depict/photoshop the titles of any of the Bob Marley's songs. Alternatively, illustrate/photoshop any of the lyrics from Bob Marley songs (in this case please list the lyrics lines and the song title in entry creator comments).
Robert D. Novak, 78, an influential columnist and panelist on TV news-discussion shows who called himself a "stirrer up of strife" on behalf of conservative causes, died today at his home in Washington. Novak's syndicated column, originally written with Rowland Evans, ran in The Washington Post for decades, and he was a CNN host and commentator for a quarter century before jumping to Fox.
Bob Novak, RIP.
To honor the remarkable reporter, photoshop Bob Novak tributes.