Life Is A Cartoon

From earliest times man has been expressing the need to communicate their feelings in some way, in these caverns or caves primitive drawings representing Through their activities, their customs, their way of life. A cartoon is the art of being able to extract a feature, a feature, an important detail in a person, drawing ridicule by exaggerating the personal note, without lapsing into vulgarity, and disrespect toward the person caricatured, as the cartoons comic comic strip or the author captures his personality, his way of seeing the behavior of society and life, and when the reader does to interpret this message, we can say that it has met the target. The cartoon is, and not a reality, is when that work reflects my personality, as others see me, I am making known to me, to individuals, A and not a reality because the caricature is a representation of the person or life, is distorted and exaggerated and often the only distortion that give humor to the table. People such as Charles Schwab
would likely agree. They say those who know that when our children paint or draw, these drawings can be read, are screaming for parents, as our children see the world as it is formed safety and personality influence a caricature three very important ways linked: eyes, brain and hands, the eyes must see to every detail and colors of the image to caricature, the brain must be educated to transform the image and colors in the hype, that’s where the talent is cooking draw, and finally the hands are the result of two processes: the head says that we must give the strokes. I am a cartoonist since childhood, and although my drawings were not quite symmetrical as a child he could say he was a cartoonist as a child, because not only is drawn on paper, also in the draftsman, when you see or treat people I can see them happiness or sadness, humor or bitterness, to extract the most characteristic achievement of his movements and factions to the point that sometimes I can imitate them, and put a smile on people, it helps so much to be able to make a caricature of a person … and you, want me to make a cartoon?.

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