Friday, August 25, 2006

Disembodied head II


This is a caricature of the very talented, Chris Chua. A lot of fun...


Blogger Christine Lim said...

Hey Chris, thanks for your encouragement. Must be more than 100 days since Heather had the Chicken Pox. I didn't implement the restriction on her diet totally (other than peanuts). I hope the two marks on her pretty face will disappear as she grows. Dad bought some durians last week and Heather didn't want to try them. Hannah, her older sister, likes it though.

Anyway, thanks again for sharing your knowledge and work with us. You are truly talented and your tutorials are kick-ass man!

I like the exaggeration of the tongue on this caricature! Geez! His work is fabulous like what you said.

2:44 AM  
Blogger Nelson Santos said...

Great caricature!

A Karikamania Das Caricaturas

3:05 AM  
Blogger Hans said...

LOL Hah Chris, thanks for the laugh, this is hilarious and awsome at the same time! I have huge respect for artist who can make great caricatures like these. Sometimes you don't notice peoples funny features, until you see a caricature of them and then you go...of course!

Have a great weekend,


3:02 AM  
Blogger J. Nowland said...

Wow.... over the last little while these drawing are getting better and better.... and even more out there...... how long (on average) do you spend on these?... can't wait to see the next one(s).... PEACE!

6:46 AM  
Blogger Jeremy Townsend (JERT) said...

gross and funny, my favorite kind of drawing

12:54 PM  
Blogger Ben Baker said...

really cool! I think he looks a bit like Goofy.

7:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amazing, im addicted!!!:D

i luv to draw

ur work is amazing


9:50 PM  
Blogger Henry Elmo Bawden said...

Sorry I haven't commented in so long. I have been rather preoccupied. I have been enjoying all the caricatures you have been doing. Are you going to put out a caricature book with all of these? If so, let me know. I also appreciated your comments on my blog. Yet again, sorry I haven't commented more, but your stuff is looking great. I did have a question though, how do I get on with some of these online drawing groups. I have been trying to find people to draw with, but haven't been able to find any groups that aren't invite only. I even went to the drawing board, but only found a few people that weren't really interested. Any advice would help. It feels like I stagnate when I draw alone all the time. I prefer seeing other people aproach the same subject so that I can learn. Sorry for the long post, but great work.


2:20 AM  
Blogger Paul Tuller said...

haha, your distortions are GREAT!! and I love the comic art too :D

5:30 AM  
Blogger C.Deboda said...

Hey thanks for the feedback. You have an outstanding blog here yourself. Great caricatures!

5:47 AM  
Blogger heri said...

you are one sick sick man! and you are a beast at caricatures! :p again, your toons give me nightmares! :)


3:25 PM  
Blogger Chris Wahl said...

christine- Never had the opportunity to try fresh durian. I've had durian icecream before, but it tasted like garlic.

Thanks. Yeah, Mr. Chua's work is truly original.

Nelson- Thanks, Nelson. Glad you like your caricature.

Hans- Thanks for the compliments!

j. nowland- The most recent have taken about 90-120minutes.

jert- Thanks.

ben baker- Thanks, man. Hmmm, can't see the Goofy comparison, though.

Ana- Thankyou!

Henry- Are you referring to the group blogs? Some of these have open invitations where you just email your name to an address provided and they add you to their list. If I come across any in my travels I'll pass them on to you.

Alternatively the Drawing Board Jams and Illustration Friday can be great learning grounds too.

paulsketch- Thanks. Your art looks fantastic for your age.

cdeboda- Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

Heri- Thanks, Heri. Hope you had a good birthday.

Keep pushing (your caricatures, that is...)

10:48 PM  
Blogger DAGGITT said...

Hey man, Love your stuff man thats some kinda talent you got there!
and thanks for the kind words man, you ROCK!

1:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Chris, this is totally unrelated but I was wondering, master of photoshop that you are, if there is a way to shift a scanned image to pure black and white. My scanner saves automatically to JPEG which makes it impossible to use the fill tool for coloring. All I have is crappy Nova photo explosion. Any ideas?

12:13 PM  
Blogger Chris Wahl said...

Daggit- Thanks for stopping by...

anonymous- In Photoshop, go to Image>Adjustment>Threshold and this converts a greyscale image to pure black and white. It's a good idea to have a hi-res image when doing this (300-600dpi) so the 'jaggies' aren't too obvious.

3:13 PM  
Blogger Belinha Fernandes said...

You do all these caricatures?!!!You are very talented.Please come to my blog to visit another blog that I have linked under the name CARICATURCIOS.I absolutley love his work.It's not like you.It's more abstract.You must check those caricatures by yourself!!!

And congrats once more!!!


4:10 AM  
Blogger Chris Wahl said...

belinha- Thankyou, and thanks for the link. His caricatures and the artists he links to are just amazingly talented.

3:32 PM  
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