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Caricature Painting of Tony Soprano Pt 3 – Rendering

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Release date:2015

Author:Tony Soprano

Skill level:Beginner

Language:English

Exercise files:Yes

Want to take your caricature painting skills to the next level?
This fun, 6-part video course will give you all the professional rendering techniques you need to finish your own caricature of TV mobster boss, Tony Soprano!
In this final part of our 3-part series from acclaimed illustrator Khasis Lieb, you’ll learn how to create realistic paintings that perfectly capture the likeness of your subject.
But this video course isn’t just for aspiring caricature artists, because you’ll be able to apply the skills you learn in each module to any other aspect of your art.
So whether you’ve been struggling with skin tones or need some tips to paint super-realistic eyes and other facial features, you’ll find it all in here.
Ready to get started? Just think – in less than one hour from now, you’ll have the skills and confidence to paint anything you want!
In our previous video course, Khasis showed you the basics of color blocking, and how you can use these techniques to create a strong base for your caricature painting.

Now, it’s time to really flesh out your Tony Soprano caricature to life, by adding the highlights, shadows, and final details that will make a huge difference to your finished painting.

Along the way, you’ll learn the exact same techniques as used by some of the world’s best caricature artists and portrait painters. And, to help you get the most out of this video course, there are assignments and resources designed for artists of all abilities.

Check out this fun 6-part video course and learn:
How to paint over your sketch without losing important details
How light falls on your subject, and how to paint shadows and highlights
Simple techniques for painting super-realistic eyes
How to add those all-important finishing touches to your caricature painting

Ready to Become a Master at Caricature Painting?
By the end of this course, you’ll be well on your way to becoming an accomplished caricature painter.
But you’ll also be well on your way to something else…
And that’s to becoming a better painter than you could ever have thought possible.

How come? Because the techniques you’ll learn in this course are the exact same ones as used by the best portrait painters! For example, you’ll pick up tips on how to paint super-realistic eyes and skin tones that will add a new dimension to your art – even if you’re not painting a caricature.

Want to Take Your Art Further After This Video Course?

Pencil Kings is all about your art journey. So, once you’ve created your caricature painting, why not share it with us on our Community page? You’ll also find a supportive network of artists just like you! Get involved and be inspired! Oh, and feel free to ask us any questions if you get stuck – that’s what we’re here for.

Has this caricature painting tutorial inspired you to take up caricatures?

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