Shafali The Caricaturist

Biography

I am a caricaturist. A caricaturist is someone who creates a humorous effect by distorting reality through selective exaggeration. I am exactly what the definition says. I use words and drawings to distort reality for outlining the humor that usually stays hidden in incidents and in faces.

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Books

Oglers Inc. - 6 Stages of Ogling
Price: Free! Words: 1,990. Language: English. Published: May 17, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire, Fiction » Humor & comedy » Satire
(5.00)
Oglers Inc. is the result of a decade-long study of Oglers, painstakingly undertaken by a caricaturist. This very serious study identifies the six basic types of Oglers and explains their ogling methods.
The 4 Types of Artists – Starving, Dying, Dead, and Rich!
Price: Free! Words: 1,920. Language: English. Published: September 16, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire, Essay » Sociology
(4.83)
How many types of artists lurk around in this overpopulated world? The caricaturist took it upon herself to answer this question that few have dared to ask and even fewer have dared to answer. There are 4 types and 4 types only. The Starving, the Dying, the Dead, and the Rich! You don't agree...do you? That tiny muscle jumping at the corner of your lip tells me that you don't believe me...
The 5 P's of Creativity
Price: Free! Words: 1,720. Language: English. Published: September 13, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Entertainment » Humor and satire
(5.00)
"The 5 P's of Creativity" is an easy to use creativity process, which outlines 5 simple steps that can be effortlessly used to generate creativity. Numerous internationally respected journals of unidentified origins have called the 5 P's model, "the greatest thing ever," "the mother-lode of all creativity," and even, "the Picasso of all processes." Sounds unbelievable?! Read it to believe it!

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  • Kaylyn the Sister-in-Darkness on Dec. 11, 2016

    Never a fan of vampires, in Barbara G. Tarn's books, I discovered their humanity. As the author narrates Kaylyn's journey through centuries and countries, we are pulled into a parallel world, where vampires play their own power games in the dark of the night. It's great story to cozy up with, especially if you like a mix of dark and light in your readings.
  • Norman Blood on Dec. 11, 2016

    Blending historical characters and extending their natural traits into fiction is Tarn's forte. The book presents not just a very interesting storyline, but it's also very rich in details of the time (Robert Malet turns around the time of the Battle of Hastings.) "Rajveer the Vampire," perhaps the first book ever written by an author on an Indian vampire, was my introduction to the Vampire series by this author. As a history-loving Indian who has spent many years in the region where the story takes place, I was amazed by the accuracy of its historical descriptions. I love to read romances and historical fiction, but vampires usually make me queasy. However, the vampires of this series are different, and the storyline rules.