|PUBLISHED (THIS EDITION):||2007|
|INSIDE:||165 caricatures and 11 black & white photographs|
Caricature is an old-age art form that uses exaggeration to make a satirical or humorous point. It is, however, underpinned by strong technical principles. Drawing Caricatures explains those principles through step-by-step instruction moving from observation to simple aspects of drawing, and then to caricaturing the face feature by feature.
Topics covered include: Tools, mediums and materials from quill pen to digitized imaging Understand different types of caricature and their role 'Drop the detail' and identify three key features to capture a likeness Break down a caricature into features Add bodies, artefacts and props Understand the model's character as an integral part of the picture Commercial avenues for caricaturists
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