Viner on

Mike K. Viner's 10" polymer caricatures are so spot on that they compel you to stop and study them.

Replicating facial features in polymer (no paint) is one talent. Finding a defining gesture takes his portraiture to a higher level. This Russian who lives in Tel Aviv is hard to find online with a slim web site, a few YouTube slideshows and a newish Facebook presence. I keep gravitating back to his page. He'll be worth watching.

Back to school

Susan Lomuto (Daily Art Muse) starts another online web class in September. It's a dynamite course and the students' web sites are testament to Susan's great teaching. Her sliding scale price offer ends July 31.

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  • reply Randee M Ketzel ,

    Holy Caricature, Batman!

    • reply jan montarsi ,

      Just Amazing !! not only that they are so accurate but that you captured thier personallities so well.


      • reply Adriana Ayala ,

        He is amazing! I love his work. I agree with Jan, he captures personalities in facial expressions. I too look forward to see what his next creations are 🙂

        • reply Cassy Muronaka ,

          Mind-boggling accuracy.

          • reply Susan Lomuto ,

            Thanks so much Cynthia! I will be posting more student sites soon – I'm continually energized by what they are creating – can't wait to share. 


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