Elke Schletz in art Elke Sommer, (Berlin, November 5, 1940), Actress, Singer, Pin-up Photomodel. and Painter. Sources wikiBIO personal website. Member reactions:
Hi buddy Paul... Thank you sooooo much...
Hi Newsy. Thank you very much, you're great. I am very grateful
Hi mate SplatShot... Super thank you sooo much. grateful.
Hi friend Luciano. a superlative thank you...
Congratulations my friend. Great to see you posting again. Fantastic job with the layers of texture and color. Super Image.
Hi mate SplatShot , Thank you very much. I am very happy to see you again. And thank you very much for looking at my work, in all the details.
Hi buddy Paul Superrrr thank you very much. Very glad you liked it "I am very grateful"
Great job, but where's "The Wrecking Crew" poster (one of her ... iest looks). Congrats on the Gold.
Congrats on the gold, PSM. Great comeback entry.
Hi Friend Bob. Thank you very much. I downloaded the poster of The Wrecking Crew with dean martin, A good film, I still have to look at, it could not enter, because the posters that I aroused interest are those made with a view, which I think is the most important, the discovery of Elke as atrice was made by Vittorio De Sica, the poster "Men and" Noblemen, the prize, a tribute to the great Paul Newman, Peter Sellers of course. Among my favorite actors of the past, the horrors of the Nuremberg castle (Baron Blood) A masterpiece by the Italian grandmaster Mario Bava, Mario Bava always, The House of Exorcism (original title: The House of Exorcism) two nimble as american rascals By Ross Hunter - I wanted to mention the art of love, for the bond image with cinema. sorry for my strange English ..
Hi Newsy. Thank you very much. is a pleasure to participate.
Hi mate Hitspinner. Thank you very much. ------------------------------------------------Hi mate Lunac. Im happy you enjoyed it. Thanks a lot. --------------------------------------HI my friend. Geriatric. thank you very much.
come back from time time to time....an absolutely beautiful piece....you are the new Pike.
Hi mate Oldman. Thank you very much. Or a great adoration for FN. And thank you very much for the compliment. From the master rodney I learned a lot, I started to take the first steps on caricature thanks to him, and to Newsy, I said a long time back, look at the making of rodney, and from then on it was a great love for caricature . I am very happy to have the time to participate, 2014 was a year full of strenuous work, luckily now I have taken a little 'summer holiday. See you soon. With the next chop.
This started out as a black and white photo. All color and paint effects were added. See original here. Member reactions:
Amazingly beautiful work, nice spreading of those fancy colorful papers
Double fantastic work is amazing job bravo lunac
How do you do that. That is so friggin cool. It looks exactly like an oil sketch under painting. I am really impressed. I tried this technique and fell flat on my face. I can do it fine in wet media but digitally...
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.