Sherry Lane is a New York caricaturist and cartoonist who’s been doing drawings for people since her elementary school days. She lists artist like DiVinci, and Al Hirschfeld among her influences. Her style is like those found in old newspapers, classic and colorful. In the caricature of General Stormin’ Norman Schwarzkopf, she uses simple thin lines and then defines shade watercolor and colored pencil, and then highlights with a guache. She creates a vintage look. It is an older caricature but it represents her style well.
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