Sunday, April 29, 2012
|"I think we need|
a bigger boat"
Saturday, April 28, 2012
I often find that some customers do not know what sort of theme or body they want for their caricature. I have therefore started work on producing some standard bodies and backgrounds which clients will be able to select for their commissioned work.
There are some great ones coming soon but I thought I would share a sneak preview of what is just around the corner.
The one shown is for a body builder or muscle man.
The body has been drawn extremely large with lots of muscle definition.
The large weights signify the man's strength.
At the bottom you can see a small bird trying to lift the huge weight.
This caricature would suit someone who thinks he is a real strongman or body builder. It would actually be quite funny for a really skinny bloke too!
The actual head for the caricature will be hand drawn as usual...and too extremely high standards (as always!). It would actually be cool if the guy was looking down at the bird in disbelief.
The next stage will be to colour the caricature and then it is ready to accept a head. Would you like to be the first to own this unique caricature?
There are many more new and exciting developments happening at DrawMe.com.au signifying why it is one of the top caricature websites on the net.
If you are interested in having your very own custom caricature designed then please contact Patrick at DrawMe.com.au.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
|FAMILY CARICATURES FROM www.DrawMe.com.au|
Sunday, April 15, 2012
The Hunger Games has been a massive hit and so was this Hunger Games style caricature for one of my recent clients. Order your caricature here: http://www.drawme.com.au
My Fiance, Alvin, is currently obsessed with the Hunger Games Books and Movie (I'm not sure if you're familiar with it. But it's the new box office hit and literary craze), so I thought it would a great gift idea to give him a "Hunger Games" themed caricature for our anniversary (6 April).
Attached is his photo. I couldn't seem to find a photo of just him where he was fully facing forward. I hope this photo will suffice.
I had two ideas for the caricature background/theme:
1. Similar to the movie poster where he is a caricature of one of the movie characters - Dressed in army green cargo pants, a black t-shirt and black combat boots in an area full of people, with a flaming mockingjay in the background (Please refer to Hunger Games Poster pic attached). The photo I attached is quite detailed with the pictures of the main characters on flags - you could dispense with these details. I'd prefer to keep it simple anyway -Have Alvin's caricature in the foreground, a crowd on the side and the mockingjay in the background. His eyes are brown.
2. Forest background - Dressed in army green cargo pants, a black t-shirt and combat boots (Please refer to pic attached). However, I want him to have a mockingjay pinned on the left breast of his shirt (pic with the details of the mockingjay attached for reference) or a mockingjay in the background. His Eyes are brown.
In either instance, the inclusion of the mockingjay will make the Hunger Games theme evident. I don't mind either one. I'll leave it up to your expertise to determine which is best.
I just wanted to say thank you for the phenomenal caricature! My Fiance loved it and was really impressed with the detail of the drawing.
Monday, April 2, 2012
Sunday, April 1, 2012
The Wedding Newspaper is a favourite with the guests at the wedding. Tell your own unique story with a wedding newspaper.
The framed caricatures are extremely popular and it is easy to see why.