Some New Park Samples

July 6th, 2009 | Posted in General

As long as we are talking a lot this week about theme park caricatures, display samples, etc., here are three new samples I drew and painted while working at Valleyfair last week. Frequent readers of The MAD Blog will recognize these as past drawings from the “Sketch o’the Week”:


Could not resist adding the lollypop…

Comments

  1. jimbodraw says:

    They all look great Tom!

  2. Trevour says:

    Love ’em all! Excellent, hilarious likenesses!

  3. Kassandra says:

    Love the addition of the lollypop on the MJ caricature! haha!

  4. Sagan Lacy says:

    These are terrific! One thing though… House never wears an actual doctor’s coat, haha. Great likenesses all around.

  5. Ray Gardner says:

    If I ever got into live caricature, I suppose I’d have to pick up a copy of People magazine or something since I don’t have a TV. The doctor guy I’ve seen in pictures, but I have no idea who he is.

    I’ve never done live stuff, but just recently started following various blogs, and I notice the difference between the airbrush stuff, and the art stick work. Is the airbrush ultimately more cost effective?

  6. jay fletcher says:

    How are u doin? I was wondering how do you figure out the cheek bone place ment that lead to the stretch such as the docter and mike? Is there away to understand the stretch ?

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