Posts Tagged ‘cartoon character’

Cartoon portraits, caricature pictures… batgirl, wolverine and ropeswing man.

October 17, 2015

Recent caricature cartoon portrait gifts.

What do you get if you cross wolverine with game of thrones and breaking bad ? or….. batgirlĀ with a make up artist ? or….. a tuxedo, a rope swing and a bunch flowers ?…. That’s right ! …an amazing gift !

wolverine caricature gift

Batgirl caricature gift

Caricature gift

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Personalised Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

February 19, 2015

Personalised cartoon gift caricatures. Ideal for 40th, 50th, 60th birthday cartoons. Also great for wedding cartoon gift ideas personalised to your cartoon portrait ideas. You may be pleasantly surprised by the prices. Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

Family tree, Man United, Matt Busby caricature, Duncan Edwards caricature, Bobby Charlton caricature, Alex Ferguson caricature, Christmas family, 60th birthday caricature cartoon portraits.

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Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

Best value cartoon portraits and caricatures you can buy today.

Some of this years fun, I mean work !

December 13, 2014

Christmas wishes in Vector graphics for a chimney sweep in Ireland.

christmas vector graphic illustration

Only Foals and Horses company illustraton.

Only Foals and Horses company illustration

Galaxy Takeaway menu illustration.

Galaxy menu illustration

Cartoon Character For Website, Business or Book

May 4, 2013

Cartoon Character For Website Business or book. Choose your style and I can design the right character for your business.
Visit tctoons.com or contact tony@tctoons.com for your free quote !
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Sketches and doodles

October 2, 2010

Just a couple of sketches I drew last night, experimenting with prismacolour art stix. The cartoon character with his comb over sticking out came from a story of a guy with such a hairstyle who went out in a snowy wind and it stuck sideways.