Sunday, December 9, 2007

Couple more of those sketch pages I did years ago. Again, don't get tired of saying it, great exercise.
Some of my colleagues requested to see more of these, so here they are.
Hopefully I'll be posting more and different things in the next days.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Proteins Illo.

Oftentimes I get assignments that require more generic people in a certain situation with backgrounds and stuff. They are fun to do and this is an example of how I handle those jobs.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Ronald Reagan

Hi again!
Sorry haven't posted anything new lately but it's been a bit hectic on many fronts. Anyway, wanted to show you this drawing I did a couple of years ago; a client called up asking for a reprint. I really enjoy drawing faces from different angles. I wish more people in general would have pictures taken from all sorts of views so that our work gets a bit more exciting than it already is.

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Mr Terry Belinger

Mr. Terry Belinger contacted me to have his caricature done. I was missing doing these in graphite on paper so the assignment came at a good moment. Thank you for a moment of fun and for allowing me to publish your picture in my blog so that I can share this with others that follow my work.

Monday, October 1, 2007


This is something I used to do years ago and did for quite a while. Pretty good exercise not just for drawing faces, but bodies, movement, clothes, hands, etc. It's great for observation. Using b/w newspaper pictures was a delight and after a couple of drawings the hand would move with a nice flow and easiness. I recommend it strongly.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Donald Tsang

Another one of the oriental guys I've been working on lately. Notice the background; Since I had a tight deadline, what better than using a cutting collage for the city to save time and the trouble of drawing buldings -which I don't mind, but...-. : )

Monday, September 24, 2007

One more of those I truly enjoy doing. It's a lot of fun particularly when the animal's face helps me with the theme I choose to put it in.

Thursday, September 20, 2007

Michael Douglas

This is something I've wanted to share for quite a while but didnt' have the outlet for it; Hah! Now I do...
This is the process I prefer to follow when doing a caricature (not a humorous portrait). Sometimes deadlines don't allow you to spend much time "playing" and many people don't quite get that the whole thing is about exaggeration.
Anyway, here it is for you to see.

Tuesday, September 18, 2007

In the past few months for one reason or another I've had to draw many people of asian descent; it's a bit tricky likeness wise but I think I've pulled it out in a good way.
I'll show you more soon.

Monday, September 17, 2007

Mavis Staple

This is one of those really cool ones that comes across from time to time: Great face, excellent reference pictures, pose, colors.. All in all one I had a lot of fun with!

Saturday, September 15, 2007


Aaaahhhh! Nothing like classical composers, pop musicians, writers... They usually have the best faces and are just there for us to put them on paper; no matter what the angle is! Then you combine that with a simple graphite drawing and the results are like this.

Friday, September 14, 2007

Myron Scholes

This is one of those corporate assignments that come often to my drawing board. They are fun to do except that pictures usually have frontal views and there's nothing in caricature as having different angles to play with a face.

Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Here's one more of those I was talking about. they are really fun to draw and one thing I've noticed is how one can bring out the personality of these creatures.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

German Sheppard

Hi Everyone!
It is a pleasure to finally have a blog so that you, my good faithful followers have a closer channel of communication with me and my work.
I will be showing some things well known to you all and others that you are not-so-familiar with, like the guy to the left. This was used for stickers in a series of 15 different breeds I did. I love animals and enjoy doing caricatures of them. Putting them in human situations is certainly something I enjoy doing.
So, welcome to my blog and hope you enjoy this little bridge between you and I.