Chinese artist Xi Ding portrays celebrities in characteristic cartoonsBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/chinese-artist-xi-ding-portrays-celebrities-in-characteristic-cartoons
Artist Xi Ding creates emotional caricatures of famous people. A talented Chinese man living in Austria redraws the characters from the photo, but does it in his own way, adds zest to his models. Celebrities are becoming more lively and ironic. Rate it yourself!
Cartoonists are guys who create real magic! After all, they manage to turn a living person into a drawing, but not just by copying it, but by adding a little spark and humor to it. One of such masters, Xi Ding, whose talented works you will see in this issue.
Simon Pegg, "Mission Impossible: Consequences"
Xi Ding is a cartoonist who now lives in Vienna. His main specialization is sketches (quick sketches). For 10 years he worked as an artist in his homeland in Shanghai.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
In 2009, he discovered caricature and took up this direction closely. At the age of 20, he moved to Austria to study natural science, but continued to comprehend the art of drawing with great enthusiasm.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, "A Star is Born"
Over a 10-year career, Xi Ding has earned a name for himself as an extremely talented cartoonist. He shares the process of work on his page with more than 100 thousand followers on Instagram.
Alec Baldwin, "Mission Impossible: Consequences"
He has also won several awards at Austrian, European and international conventions, including "ISCA minico" and "Eurocaricature". In 2014, he received the "Best Character Design" award at the Austrian Computer Graphics competition. Among the brands he has worked for are Samsung, Microsoft, BMW, Audi and Mediamarkt.
When creating cartoons, the artist uses both traditional materials and digital media. Thus, his works range from black-and-white pencil sketches to full-fledged and complex digital works.
Ving Rhames, "Mission Impossible: Consequences"
Henry Cavill, "Mission Impossible: Consequences"
Sean Harris, "Mission Impossible: Consequences"
Jason Momoa, "Aquaman"
Michael B. Jordan, "Black Panther"
And other works by the talented Si Ding: