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Thread: Caricaturists crisis eminent?

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    Caricaturists crisis eminent?

    You all know what the job of a caricaturist is.....That is to exaggerate features of people and/or animals....


    Some people are set out to make or behave themselves so ridiculous and over-exaggerated, that the caricaturist has no job in that sector...
    believe it or not, but the man below takes himself very serious.....


    if more people start behaving like this, we can fold up our pencils...




    fold up a pencil ?


    I see just the spot for my pencil in the picture shown here

    Last edited by hanzz; 01-13-2010 at 03:51 AM.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Hans,

    Dat is grappig

    Hans

    In Eng,Said it was funny

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    Just think how proud his parents must be.......!!!!

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    This is acctually a magician, who came in the news, because he has managed to hypnotise himself in a mirror.....
    Well...... what does a caricaturist have to offer,if he wants to make a joke out of this ?
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    How Lovely and inspiring! Well Hanzz, I suppose you could always get into the art of tattooing and piercing. Or, another challenge would be to depict him as a normal individual with normal features (that would be very difficult at this point).
    "The significance is hiding in the insignificant. Appreciate everything."
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    A sobering thought springs to mind here..................WE ........... human beings are at the TOP of the evolutionary tree.HEH HEH HEH HEH
    Da go Te'
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    But given the general buzz, or noise if you will, of humanity, some will go to amazing lengths to rise above the crowd and get noticed.

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    Eeeeuw! Hahaha!
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    Acting imbecile like this chap in the picture, serves nothing,place him in the streets of New York, and no one looks up...

    To get noticed in a crowd, be friendly, and smile...some folks will stare at you and wonder what you are up to.
    Just say: "Rage It", because we already know it's art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hanzz View Post
    Acting imbecile like this chap in the picture, serves nothing,place him in the streets of New York, and no one looks up...

    To get noticed in a crowd, be friendly, and smile...some folks will stare at you and wonder what you are up to.
    I couldn't agree with you more...

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