Thursday, March 5, 2009

Who Dat? Mugshots Revealed

Okay. 93 per cent of you all didn't have the foggiest notion who I was painting, so I have provided the info. Keep in mind that I did not intend for these to be high quality portraits. For that I charge enormously over-inflated prices. These are cartoon caricatures like you might find in Mad Magazine. On a few of these, I got in the ballpark. On others...the ball game was in Seattle and I showed up at the Astrodome.

Just click on the photos to go their blog. No Names. I just went to these hapless victim's blogsite and blatantly and viciously ripped the faces off their profiles. So sue me. Just be sure and spell my name right on the legal papers: G-E-O-R-G-E B-U-S-H.











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P.S. Sorry for the sloppy editing on this one. I need to take a lesson on imported images into text and all that junk. I'm sure Blogger has a neat tutorial around somewhere....I've always been that guy who says.. "Instructions? Instructions? I don't need no shtinkin' INSTRUCTIONS!!!"

12 comments:

  1. To quote the legend Robin Williams in "Night at the Museum,"

    "Who's evolved?"

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  2. Actually, I think I like your portrait better than the photo. It makes me look almost 16 instead of almost 60! Well done!

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  3. I knew I recognized Nancy Medina's bright smile.... lol..... and Sheila's!!!

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  4. Nifty! I knew I recognized some of those faces.

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  5. I recognized them all. Fantastico job!
    LOL you are funny.

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  6. You are funny, James! I recognized most of them but who is that monkey at the bottom?

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  7. What a surprise to see a portrait of my daughter, nice job! What a great idea for the DSFDF challenge!

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  8. Still can't understand how you can do so many portraits in such a short time - guess you don't sleep!!! Thanks for putting the photos with the portraits to save time in searching all your followers. Good job!!!

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  9. Ya big goof! I knew who you were painting. I didn't know all the bloggers but I recognized most of them. HUGS!!

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  10. The first face I recognized was Sheila's. Pictures and portraits placed side by side show how well you have captured the characteristics of each face. Very COOL!!

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  11. Great job, James! Love the monkey, too:)

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  12. James, Thank you for your list and including me this is the first time I had to find a computer. Adebanji and I laughed and smiled talking about you. You are with no doubt a pearl in this group Of DSFDF.

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