Knighting Ceremony Themed Gift Caricature

We got this gift caricature order with a rather unusual request but nevertheless interesting and fun to draw.

Dear Kamal

We got your address from the internet and hope you can assist us.

A friend of ours was recently ‘knighted’ in Spain, an award for services to the medical industry. We would like to give him a small picture (sketch) gift which basically shows him being ‘knighted’ by a ‘King’ with sword and with him kneeling in front of the king.

The picture to be a sketch (no significant detail) other than obviously reflecting the king in any period attire, a man kneeling in front but importantly the sketch of the man’s face must be of a very good likeness to our friend – Robert Gaines-Cooper.

For your assistance please see the attached sheet where I have pasted a picture of our friend (Robert) and also three ‘examples’ of someone being knighted.

The sketch would be either on a A5 or A4 hard card (white) with the sketch in black. At the bottom under the sketch it would say ““Levántese Señor Gaines-Cooper”

As indicated no real details as long as it resembles a ‘scene’ of a knighting and the Kings face can be obscured but the face of Robert to be clearly him.

Hopefully what I have supplied you assists but please revert with questions, suggestions and a price!

We would need the drawing by Monday of next week if agreed.

Many thanks

Adrian

Hi Kamal

Just a note of thanks for doing a great job. The picture was presented to our friend who was delighted.

We will definitely use your service and skills again.

Thank you.

Adrian

2 thoughts on “Knighting Ceremony Themed Gift Caricature

  1. Hi I have a friend who is to be knighted here in the UK by her majesty the Quessn shortly and thought it would be nice to send a gift to honour such an occasion. What sort of time frame would you need and what costs are involved.
    Kind regards
    gerry

  2. Thank you. We accept orders for caricature, drop us an email at kamal@cartoon.sg. Apologies for the delayed respond as comments on blogs is not maintained as a communication channel. We may overlooked comments on this blog. Drop us an email and we’ll respond immediately.

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