“And one more thing…” he always said before unveiling another Apple innovation – the latest Mac gadget.
Caricature drawing of Steve Jobs in black and white watercolour effect. Drawn with Lyra Rembrant – Grafit Aquarell 501/8b for drawing practice.
This is a gift for a retiring colleague who is a big fan of Harry Potter. We drew him playing Quidditch with the coveted Nimbus 2000 broom stick.
A lady wanted this guy from a very small photo to look cool on a bike. With the recent increases in Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantries on Singapore roads, I sneaked in a small ‘beep’ on the ERP reader. At the rate they are installing more gantries, very soon that’s all you hear when driving ‘beep, beep, beep’.
We occasionally do ‘live’ drawing engagements at pre-dinner cocktails to entertain the guests before dinner commences. Caricature drawing is always fun, engaging and entertaining for a crowd. We draw fast and slightly exaggerated, we vary the level of exaggeration based on how much the audience and sitter appreciates the art of caricature. These photos below were from a recent job Kamal did for scientists and researchers of IBN celebrating their 5th Anniversary at the Asian Civilization Museum.
The caricature drawing workshop at Takashimaya Shopping Centre was over subscribed. We had to accommodate 24 participants in a space for 20. Kamal even extended another hour to draw most of the participants. This is a one-off session in conjunction with their school holiday programme.
This caricature was for a talented young dude who is leaving his job at Republic Polytechnic. He is described by his colleagues who ordered this gift as good at playing the guitar and a cheerful person. This drawing coloured with marker was done by our new artist Mr. Luthfi Mustafa. He is already an accomplished artist but this is his first caricature assignment.