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02-20-2014, 02:31 AM
Hello there! Posting my first completed digital caricature. It was done completely in Artrage using the pastel tool only. The lasers behind and credits were added later in photoshop. Hope u like it! In love with Artrage..


As I cannot post links right now, I will give a brief introduction of the person in the caricature. He is Mr. Arvind Kejriwal, an ex Indian bureaucrat, political activist, leader of a new political party and now the ex- Chief Minister of Delhi, India. His 49 day stint as Chief Minister was widely covered by the media and he has a hugeappeal among the youth. The symbol for his political party is a broom, as shown here.

02-20-2014, 02:49 AM
it is interesting that is done only with one tool

02-20-2014, 03:24 AM
Love this, what a great job, the pastels look beautiful and blending done so well, hope to see many more, Welcome to AR

02-20-2014, 04:05 AM
Welcome to the forums and thats a super start. Great work:)

02-20-2014, 08:14 AM
Yes, it's a beauty! Is it someone special?

02-20-2014, 12:37 PM
Thanks everyone for the encouraging responses. Sorry that I didn't add any information about this caricature. I have added a brief introduction in the first post as I cannot post links right now.

D Akey
02-20-2014, 01:16 PM
Well, Dust My Broom! (early blues song title though it has little to do with this fellow's situation other than a play on the idea of the broom/guitar).

If this were the lead page for a magazine article I would have to read it based on this image. Well done.

02-20-2014, 10:25 PM
Your caricature looks great! Congrats. :rolleyes:;):D

I hope he's a good politician and may solve Indian growth and positioning problems without looking for cheap demagocically-founded people support and partisan fights.
As You possibly know what I'm talking about, actually here in Italy we cannot appreciate very much Indian politicians and institutions attitude, behaviours and international rules observations in these last couple of years .... and I know understood how they had a few ill-ended disputes with neighbors too in the last century. Force isn't exactly a synonimous of Right and it's especially wrong when it becomes arrogance and particularly ill-fated when it's miscalculated too. But, as Mr. D Akey uses to say, I'm digressing ...