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Paris Hilton cartoon caricature - showing her bits

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Paris Hilton cartoon caricature - showing her bits

Post by LeahG on Wed 7 Apr - 20:24



This is my Paris Hilton cartoon caricature. I created this after looking at a couple of pics of Paris Hilton. I didn't use a pic to caricaturize as I didn't see one suitable so I created this profile and the composition myself. I wanted something that showed Paris Hilton in her most familiar pose..showing her bits!

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Re: Paris Hilton cartoon caricature - showing her bits

Post by grantw on Wed 7 Apr - 21:58

That's really very good, I like what you've done with the, er, hair.[on her head] Seriously, I like the style and the likeness is excellent. I find caricature a bit tricky, suitable subjects are hard to find...mostly I just exagerate..like this "Gordon Brown".

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Re: Paris Hilton cartoon caricature - showing her bits

Post by LeahG on Wed 7 Apr - 22:27

Thank you,

I could have made this easier on myself by finding a suitable pic to copy and exagerate but I just did a few sketches and tried to identify her most definable features, ie her sloping eyes, long narrow nose and very large jaw bone, protruding lower lip and of course...her hair! I am pleased with the result as this is my first official attempt at a cartoon caricature.

My Jordan was just me messing about and not really caring how good the likeness was.

I think your Gordon is very good, you can certainly tell it's him!

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