Rodney Dangerfield / American Comedy Legend - Caricatured Portrait Rodney Dangerfield (born Jacob Cohen, November 22, 1921 – October 5, 2004) was an American comedian, and actor, known for the catchphrase "I don't get no respect.," and his monologues on that theme. He is also remembered for his 1980s film roles, especially in Easy Money, Caddyshack, and Back To School. more PLEASE VIEW IN HI-RES Member reactions:
Excellent. I think it may look better without the buttons on his jacket.
This is awesome, I've always loved Rodney.
Thank you gentlemen ... "I was so poor growing up if I wasn't a boy, I'd have had nothing to play with" - R.D.
Excellent Caricature love the expressive eyes of his..... it has lot to tell about him nice chop with good finish on his face... its clean
Really it looks like the field is very dangerous Excellent caricature superb expression. Very clen job done here
Super and cool work, He looks so exhausted whats the matter pal Love the eye work
Thank You Kindly, All ... Love me some Rodney, he may be gone, but he will never be forgotten. "I was such an ugly baby, my mother never nursed me ... She told me that she only liked me as a friend" - R.D.
Bronze for Bill too, congrats. and what a wonderful caricature job it is.
Somebody give this woman some garlic fast, or Pike-man gets her. Superb art, and Mr. Pike never looked better
the shadow on his legs doesnt match the light source on his face. awesome job in the cape reflection
Nice work. Surprised you waited this long.
Silver congrats, Hitspinner. Can't wait for the Pike rebuttal.
Anybody else see what Gandolfe is talking about. On this monitor it looks like diffused deep shadow from multiple light sources... city light. Doesn't look bad at all. Oldman, I just last week ran across that source pic of Rods and it wasn't much better than a thumb. People love to be chopped but supply lousy sources and I don't have all the bells, whistles and gadgets to salvage low resolution pics like some people. So, I am more apt to chop you if I have something large enough to work with. Thanks for the votes
"Congrats on the silver HS, by the way: Doh. Who is Mr Pike man, I'm not up to speed on US Celebs scene, is he another Moron from any of the day-time chat shows. Wiz
hey that's cool work hitman .. pike looks cool there nice detailing and reflects work .. congrats on the silver and keep going hit-guy ..
Silver for Hits, congrats. Part of the winnings will be donated to Mr. Pike
Nice work all around on this Hits. Congrats on the silver.
Congrats on the silver, cool effects. Mr. Pike is a handsome vampire, it fits him well
Thanks, all. No Wiz. Mr. Pike is R.W. Pike here on FN. He's a pretty swell guy. He used to be an average chopper then fell into a bucket of radioactive cartoonist ink and transformed into Toon-O-Man, an A+++ class chopper that makes people vote 10 even though they curse his name with enveous rage. Hahahahahahahaah
Congrats on the silver hitspinner. Freaking funny good work.
Congrats on the silver Hitman. I guess I had it commin' It's my turn now.
Afghan women get no respect. Source 1 Source 2 Member reactions:
Someone did something that should never have done.
See my critic to the precedent I allude. LINK
1985 Natl Geographic Cover The Afghan girl used in this entry is one of the most reproduced photos in history. It first appeared on the cover of National Geographic in June of 1985---well before the current crisis in Afghanistan. I chose it because it is a very recognizeable image of a beautiful woman---and I combined it with a very recognizeable photo of a homely dude. Please do not assign political motives. I assure you that there are none.
In my oppinion to say something as 'Afghan women get no respect' linked with Rodney Dangerfield, a name that implies being a completely unknown/bad people, goes beyond joke and enters deep inside the field of the political affirmation. Many people could feel offended.
Sorry Robo, but I can't understand your English. All I can say is that no offense was intended to anyone. If you feel that this is offensive, please FLAG the image and let the administrators decide if it needs to be removed.
The proxy war in Aghanistan has been going on for decades and the girl is the poster child of war victims. The Great Game Wiki The US funded the Mujahideen back in 1979 and they became the Taliban after the Soviet pullout. Now we fight the Taliban with Pakistan about ready to explode into chaos. Reap what ye sow...
This is NOT a political statement. Please move your political commentary to the forum page.
I agree with the author. No offense was intended here.
It rides in the shadows of my Iraqi genocide entry and thus it will be viewed in that light. When you combined and image of the poster child of war victims with a dead comedian who played a victim, it becomes a moral paradox with heavy political overtones which can assault people's thoughts by raising the specter of guilt. Some have yet too overcome those feelings and then you will become the target of blame for their inner rage...they also call it shooting the messenger. To me it is dark humor about victimization that did a good job at provoking feedback and a decent chop visually. When your image pokes at the proverbial hornets nest of supressed guilt, expect comments that you don't agree with and pat your back when there's lots of them.
I don't see anything wrong with this picture. I doubt the author meant anything bad by it. Plus it's nicely photoshopped.