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I Simpsonize Random People’s Photos To Make Them Smile

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There isn’t so much I could say about myself. Just only that my life was a mess before I started to draw portraits. Now I know that before you try something you never know if this is what you should do.

What a wonderful feeling it is – to draw a caricature portrait. First you look at the photo and smile to the person. Mentally you introduce yourself: “Hey there! You look nice today. Let’s see what distinguishes you from the 7 billion mass of people.” It is also a challenge. Sometimes I spend an hour just looking at people’s faces before drawing them, trying to find their unique features, to guess their temper, to make up their story. All this stuff helps me to feel like they are my good friends, because this is what brings something, call it spirit or soul, to those lines and spots.

After the work is done, I look at it again: “Hello, my little creation! So do I recognize my friend from that photo?”. I always give positivity to my works, because this is what it’s all about.

P.S. The most important part – I’m only interested in creating real life people’s caricatures, not existing characters of the show, which are objects of copyright.

More info: Etsy

Guy’s Portrait

Couple’s Portrait

Doctor’s Portrait

Fitness Guy’s Portrait

Family Portrait

Wedding Portrait

Family Portrait

Woman’s Portrait

Leonardo DiCaprio Portrait

Guy’s Portrait

Pet And Owner Portrait

Pet Portrait

Animal And Owner Portrait

Traveling Couple’s Portrait

Girl’s Portrait

Wedding Portrait

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Mistakes in the Original ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy Movies That You May Have Missed

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In a recent video by Screen Rant, host Rob Flis points out some of the mistakes left in the original Star Wars trilogy movies that you may have missed.

George Lucas could never have known that his space opera would turn into one of the most well-known and profitable movie franchises in history. If he had, the director might have spent a bit more time filming the original series to make sure some of the more entertaining mistakes were left on the cutting room floor. Luckily, that wasn’t the case, which means fans can spot each and every obvious or hard-to-miss error. Even after all these years, Luke Skywalker’s big screen adventure still has a few surprises. Let’s just hope there are none in Star Wars: The Force Awakens!