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Wonderful Client Review

Posted May 2019

Sandra T Reviewer: Sandra Teklits Event Date: April 28th, 2019 Services Provided: Caricaturist View messages Rating: 5 out of 5 Caricaturist

Allison arrived on time, she was very well dressed and professional. She is really talented, she made the caricatures look very close to the person, the kids loved her. She's really an artist and she works really fast! I'm so happy that I found Allison to entertain the kids at my son's first communion. I highly recommend Allison! Thank you Allison you are the best! Sandra T

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Communion Continues

Posted Apr 2019

It's that time of year again. Time to see all the Friends and Families that are happily offering the new souls their First Communions. It's a Happy Time

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Getting Ready for the Communion

Posted Mar 2019

Using a thinner marker than usual ~ I hope I don't use it up before I go to draw the Caricatures at the Party

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Thin Marker

Posted Mar 2019

Oh my goodness. Overwhelmed by an overAll sense of Loneliness tonight. I had planned on taking out thinner markers to draw Communion Girls in respect of my next scheduled Event, but I ended up watching a YouTube about Loneliness. So the first one I drew was the You Tube guy I was watching.

He really was that rectangular. But I don't like the busyness of the thinner marker. On him.

Then I felt ready to draw another. For Reference, I used a Girl who was holding an old Fashion Sketch that I drew at a Store Event several years ago. Just felt like keeping my marker moving. To see what happens when I use a smaller marker than usual. Because I wondered if the finer marker might be... well... finer ~ for the little girls that I would be seeing at a Communion this weekend.

In the first Caricature that I drew, I purposely Chose to ignore a 'rule' that a friend taught me many years ago ~ that no matter what I see, don't draw little children with big chins. Not too bad, well, maybe. If I was using my Regular Marker ~ but ick this picture looked stiff.

Tried it again ~ smaller chin ~ but something is off.

Two more useless Starts. I gotta stop trying so hard.

Yes ~ then I finally loved the last picture I drew here (the one with the Brown shading). A+

I used the thinner marker. I drew a little Body/Hobby with this picture ~ which is not needed for my upcoming Event (Yay). Wondering if I would feel pleased with the Caricature without the Body/Hobby. Because the thinner marker ~ finer being good for her fine features ~ doesn't have the pizzazz that I like for my pictures.

What am I doing? Drawing Girls? Or Drawing Pictures?

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