Hawking speaks at his official welcoming ceremony at Perimeter Institute For Theoretical Physics in Kitchener Member reactions:
… I could think of things I never thunk before, and then I'd sit and think some more … Splendid chopping, hidden.
Thank you, retral. I made some changes, so you might need to refresh the page.
Great, super clean and hysterical job, hidden.
Nice addition with the visor … is that his voice command piece below the bulging eye on his cheek.
Thankk you. Yes ,that is his actual device.
This is Freakin Good. Art is never finished. The Visor was a great edit Hidden.
Extra points for irreverence. Bloody hysterical hahahahaha
Perfect . Great chop.
God dropped the ball on this one. Good work.
Ohh.. this is an Excellent Awesome and lately splendid work. I can see his Biig Brain and that Sucks, literally see the picture Well its very well managed on the air, he looks super with the Giant brain and good HD quality submission, Very good luck hidden. I enjoy a lot this chop, thank for it
This just seriously rawks on so many levels.
Superlative chop. Excess of brain is a fantastic thinking.
Another great job, Jere. This one will go into the superchop hall of fame. Congrats on the well deserved win.
Mind-Bending Excellence. Gold Congrats J Mix
Congratulations. A very serious subject to me which you portrayed well by your creative efforts.
Congrats on the Gold, jeremix … It may be difficult chopping without ciggies, but it doesn't seem to be affecting the excellent quality of your chops. P.S. I hope you're still ciggie free …
Home-run. Fantastic image. Congratulations Jere.
, very nice. highest scre, five favs..lots of positive comments. not a bad way to wake up. thanks very much. i hope i can keep this going, haha. Maybe i should retire now. And yes, i am still ciggie free..
Tomorrow (5-25-2014) is the birthday of Ian McKellen, known for playing the parts of Gandalf and Magneto in the hobbit and X-men series. Wikipedia News Link: McKellen Me Softly sources Member reactions:
Brilliant chop. McKellen is a pro actor with solid performances through the years. Formally speaking Wiki articles are not news. I plugged for you an interesting article about LGBT community honoring McKellen this week.
ah, what would i do without you. cool link by the way.. that first art piece is great.
Superb caricature, I would lower a bit the cat .
thanks guys. yeah, i see what you mean,luciano, but it is already flattened and it looks like a lot of work.
You did a fantastic job on this, congrats on the win.
great Job Jeremix...... Congrats on the gold..
it's a good week for jere. thanks again, people.
Nice work jere-in-the-mix … Great caricature work. I wasn't sure who's this was. I love the title of the newslink I do see what Luciano means about the kittycat … maybe it would have also looked better without the one hind paw appearing. Regardless, it's a great looking chop. Congrats on the gold.
Congrats on the gold, Jere. You are outdoing yourself with every new chop.
Caricatures are very popular nowadays (even at FN!). However first caricatures go back as far as the origin of art itself. Leonardo da Vinci drew many caricatures, and liked to seek people with deformities to use as models. There's a speculation that one of the caricatures Da Vinci drew was his humorous self-portrait (the figure at the bottom of the right half).
The point of the caricature was to offer an impression of the original which was more striking than just a portrait. In fact, the word "caricature" comes from the Italian "caricare", meaning "to load", thus the caricaturist's aim is to invest his image with as much meaning as possible.
Caricature, therefore, experienced its first successes in the closed aristocratic circles of France and Italy, where such portraits were passed about for mutual enjoyment.
Take any famous art work (painting, drawing, fresco) and turn it into caricature by exaggerating the natural characteristics of the subjects in the artwork.