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gig-celestia Celestia at a backyard superhero-themed party.
Celestia Ward
has been drawing caricatures since childhood and has been getting paid for it since 1992. Upon graduating from the Johns Hopkins University, she won the Lois Sudler Prize in the Arts and later trained with caricature legends Irv "Quickdraw" Finifter, Gary “Toonboy” Smith, and Tom "Chalk" Chalkley. Despite years of hard work, however, she was unable to get a cool nickname. She’s been a member of the International Society of Caricature Artists (formerly the National Caricaturist Network) since 1996 and taken home awards for Outstanding 3-Dimensional Technique and Most Humorous; she served as secretary-treasurer from 2000 to 2002 and continues to be a regular contributor to their trade publication Exaggerated Features. Her past experience as a book editor came in handy in when she edited Tom Richmond's book The Mad Art of Caricature, which was released in November 2011 and has been widely acclaimed as the best how-to book on caricature.

She has always had a strong love for sculpture, which has influenced even her two-dimensional work. After moving back to her native city of Las Vegas, she came under the influence of master airbrush artist Sundini, and the two of them were drawn together. They created Two Heads Studios in 2002 and got married in 2004.

Rob at a trade show at the Cosmopolitan Hotel.
Las Vegas native Robert Sundin, III (a.k.a. Sundini), started doing caricatures at the Excalibur Hotel & Casino on April 1st, 1992, and has been doing so ever since. Influenced by artists with raw engergy like Sebastian Kruger, Frank Frazetta, Simon Bisley, and Derek Riggs, Robert has always tried to push the envelope with dynamic stretches that still retain a strong likeness. Robert's live art style at events is a crowd favorite, and he prides himself on being professional and punctual. He has performed as a live caricature artist at some of the most exclusive parties and largest trade shows in the world, drawing for Microsoft and Samsung at the famous Consumer Electronics Show and entertaining guests at parties in just about every major resort along the Las Vegas Strip. Robert also manages to do plenty of airbrush studio work and teach the occasional workship, and his art has appeared in numerous local and national publications.

Together they offer a combined 40-plus years of professional experience and a unique perspective that is greater than the sum of its parts. After years of learning from each other and drawing side-by-side, their styles and level of technical ability have grown together and mesh nicely at any event. Another benefit of being a husband-wife team is it provides an added layer of gig protection: if one of them has to miss a gig due to illness or injury, the other one can take over and offer the same level of service.

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