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Thread: Jean-Claude

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    Talking Jean-Claude

    I "merged" in this rough sketch the features of a friend of mine with those of a comic actor who plays this funny and "demential" character ...
    I didn't have reference of my friend's face, so I had to somehow recall him in my memory.
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    Great work dear Cesare
    This reminds me of a spitting image puppet from an old tv show that used to be on British tv in the 1980s and 1990s I was too young for most of them but I did watch a few before it finished
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    Well Caesar this is the best likeness you have done of me so far, so how many tries was that ?

    Nice work BTW.
    Geoff

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    You always know how to make a person giggle and this very well painting picture sure gave me a giggle
    Sometimes...I remember better with my eyes closed

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    Ah, ah! Dear Amanda, I know those puppets too, although they came later (with our "celebrities" though), but they became less famous here, most likely because our politicians were stll more funny and ridiculous, the way they looked and for what they said, than their corresponding puppets. I would have put the link to some funny videos of Jean Claude (the series are entitled Sensuality at Court), but You would lose much of the fun because they're in Italian. Thank You!

    Dear Geoff, You're evidently like our famous comics character Diabolik, a super-smart and technological thief and criminal, who's able to take the feature on other persons with very realistic masks. Thank You!

    Thank You, dear Katie! A quick sketch just for fun. The original actor has a set of really silly and funny expression, so I was probably able to convey well enough one of them and make You giggle. Thank You!
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    It's just a rough sketch to capture some likeness and the funny expression, dear Sandra. Thank You!
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    Davvero divertente
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    HA Caesar, my laugh for the day, and such a great painting

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    Tu lo vedevi per caso nelle Gialappa's, credo, cara Silvia? Ora appare domenica pomeriggio a quelli che il calcio ... Grazie!

    So, dear Pat, I wish You that "a laugh a day takes the doctor away ..."
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