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Thread: Emma Watson caricature and a tiled version with it as sticker spray

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    Emma Watson caricature and a tiled version with it as sticker spray

    Just an experiment, a mosaic version made of little cells of itself (that was the initial idea at least).
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    Panta rei (everything flows)!

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    That's very clever! I like the technique. Excellent portrait too!

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    Caesar. cool idea and beautiful character drawing.. very

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    Fantastic Caesar!

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    Very interesting to see two version and how you approached to the mosaic version. Neat stuff you did here, Caesar

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    Thank You, dear Brett! I shall try probably with a different tipe of monochrome tonal sticker and procede completely that way and keeping a fix orientation or along the brushstrohe. We'll see.

    Dear Gary, beautiful characters give definitely more motivation to make experiments . Thank You.

    Thank You, dear Kenmo. I'm not good at all with 2-D or 3-D softwares, where You're a master indeed, to effectively support a composition. Therefore I have to play someway else the get some texture and life to the illustration.

    I guess (or rather hope, You recognized this actress, dear Robyn. Thank You!

    Thank You, dear Pai. I'm glad a poetic paintress like You likes such a "prosaic" portrait. LOL
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    Thats so good Cesare, well done
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    Interesting concept Caesar, it came out really well.
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    You made her look very freckled. Been hanging out a little too much with ol' Ron, I'll bet. She looks more like a Weasley than a Granger. That technique could really work for a ruddy complexion. Cool stuff.
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