What do Krüger, Opdebeeck, and David O’Keefe all have in common? They’re each a master caricature artist with their own unique style! One of the top questions artists ask us is how they can develop their own unique style. Besides experimentation and a lot of practice, one of the ways to figure out your own style is by studying from artists you admire. In this lesson, we’ll focus on studying a piece from Sebastian Krüger and try to copy one of his caricatures. In the process of trying to replicate his artwork, Court will explain what makes this a “Krüger” piece. Taking note of these traits is important as you can then try to develop your own traits that you want to put into your own drawings.