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Gouacheman

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Blood, Sweat, and Charcoal by Gouacheman, visual art

Artist // Professional // Film & Animation
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My Bio
Current Residence: Right Here
Favourite genre of music: that kind that you listen to
Favourite photographer: Canon
Favourite style of art: Artistic
Operating System: 4-chamber heart (w/intel duo-core)
MP3 player of choice: MP4 Hater
Shell of choice: the kind she sells by the seashore
Wallpaper of choice: non-stick
Skin of choice: Yours
Favourite cartoon character: Donald Trump
Personal Quote: "Did you just say something?"

Favourite Visual Artist
the good one
Favourite Movies
the one with that guy
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
those ones that play together
Favourite Writers
that other good one
Favourite Games
Ball-in-a-Cup
Favourite Gaming Platform
tennis court
Tools of the Trade
Hammer and Sickle
Other Interests
subjects about which I am concerned or enthusiastic

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Could you please put up more of the World Leader's Entertainment caricatures?
Sorry, but those are the only two that I designed.
Well they are very well done?

Do you know where I might find the others? Or a tutorial on how you made them? 
I'm not sure where you could find the others. Unfortunately World Leaders shut its doors a few years ago, with a lot of people moving over to Titmouse. The finalized historical figures were all rendered in Flash so that they could be animated walking around on the studio's title card.

As for the two that I made, they were never prepped for animation. There's no real trick to how I made them, so I never bothered coming up with a tutorial. I just drew them in Photoshop on a Cintiq. I made multiple passes of each and then chose whichever one I felt best captured the spirit of the person while keeping to the general design laid out for the character line.
Cheers for the fav! :D
Thanks for the fave!