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How to Draw Caricatures

Narrated by: Lauren Hartzog
Length: 1 hr and 24 mins

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Publisher's Summary

How to Draw Caricatures is a practical drawing course that will guide you in learning how to draw caricatures quickly and easily. This guide will teach you different techniques in creating a caricature. Become a better caricature artist by getting this easy-to-understand, step-by-step tutorial, and check out different categories of caricatures to help you learn how to make it.

  • Discover the secrets of success in learning how to improve in drawing caricatures.
  • Be proud of yourself about how great your skills have improved.
  • Inspire your friends with your new drawing skills.
  • Don't look and pay for other artists to make caricatures that you can give as a gift to your friends and family.
  • Avoid expensive and complicated training to learn how to draw caricatures.
  • Learn how to compare and use cartoon artworks with caricatures.
  • Draw caricatures that are unique and customized as gifts for your friends and loved ones on special occasions. That would make them feel that they are important and special to you.
  • You can make caricature designs as a unique theme for events or parties organized and held at your place.
  • You can even make additional earnings by drawing caricatures.
  • Start living your dreams of becoming a caricature artist.

Every guideline, strategy, and recommendation we've included was well-thought out and practiced for you to understand it as easily as possible.

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  • Stuart king artist
  • 04-22-19

Do not buy. useless without physical book.

No useful information. maybe the physical book would help but, even at that I doubt it. The artists work is not something I would recommend trying to learn from and there own workflow would not be suitable for live caricature.