This is the first of a long series of works dedicated to the American TV series of the 70's ... I'm a big fan of the series of the 70's ... I hope you like it too ... Member reactions:
Fantastic Image, And Great Caricatures from yesteryear. Now just exactly... How long will this long series last......
Just an observation my friend....Doesn't Hutch resemble a young Brando here....
Freaking brilliant. And yeah, Hutch looks a bit like young Brando here - not a bad thing.
Let's hope you don't get tired Hidden...we could never tire of these works. Surely you will displace the Gold in your favor many times before your series is over. No.. The jowls seem to be a characteristic of Brando in his later years. I think maybe David Soul comes by his resemblance naturally..depending on the picture angle. Hutch Black and White
I agree with PSM. It's excellent, but I would caricature Starsky a little bit more.
Great job.... excellent finish.... the background and the burglary attempt concept is really interesting good job done all the best
Congrats on the silver, Ricky. Nice to see you back.
Very nice to se you back indeed. Congrats on the cup. 5/100th of a point difference between 1st and 2nd. I'd say they both are gold.
OK, Ricky please tell us tomorrow here or in the forums.
Brings back so many good memories for me great work great show well done.
THIS IS THE MY VERSION OF FANTASTIC TV SERIE BREAKING BAD... I HOPE YOU LIKE MY JOB GUYS Member reactions:
yeah man.... my fave series.. Awesome chop.....
Doing well matey... I just got my Diploma in Digital Media.. It all started here at FN, a few years ago now, but , life changing stuff..... I have learnt so much from all of you in such a short time... Its great...
magnifico … Always great to see something new from you, "hidden author"
Breathtaking work. One minor thing - there is some blurriness on the Walter's cheek and jaw below the mustache. It stands out a bit because the rest of the face and picture is done sharply
Congrats on the Gold … RickyT . I noticed the same thing Newsy did … thought maybe it was smoke he was puffing out. As he said, a very minor thing. Great work .
The gritty style matches the subject matter perfectly. Very nice indeed.
Sorry,pacovilla I see no offense posting a caricature of Robin because I admire him as an artist, then it is a simple way I've found to honor him
Excellent caricature..... fantastic image work and great finish
Great caricature. Drifferently from LunaC I find some similarity to another great man...Walter Matthau.
Love it. He looks a bit like Sean Penn too here, BUT we still recognize Williams for sure. Excellent caricature work, dnunciate
It's very good work. I don't really follow any rules on tributes but on departed people I simply try to be respectful. I don't think you crossed any taboo lines of etiquette but I can see Paco's viewpoint. It may simply be a cultural thing. No harm, no foul
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.