VIRTUAL EVENT CARICATURES AND VIRTUAL MEETING CARICATURES
Virtual events and meetings have become a way of life and a great way to conduct business meetings or celebrations while we are asked to remain distant.
We have a way to bring the entertainment to you safely in the meantime. We’ve been providing live virtual caricatures via Zoom, Skype and Google Classrooms for parties, weddings, corporate meetings and virtual events. We share our screen so you and your guests are able to see the drawings take form. We will gladly draw a group session, or book individual time slots for private sessions with us.
Great for employee morale boosts and appreciation for those who have adapted to a new way of working and great student orientation or team building virtual events.
STUDIO CARICATURE ILLUSTRATIONS FROM PHOTO
We start with your photos and theme. The first draft you will receive will be to confirm likeness of person. After approved, we add the additional theme, design, wording and logo elements. You will have a chance to proof, comment and request changes on the draft stage. Upon receiving your changes, we redraw the image according to your feedback. We repeat these steps in two rounds of changes. Additional changes applicable for any changes made after the approval of the final illustration
Once you are happy with the rough draft we produce the complete artwork with crisp lines and vibrant colours. Voila. Your first experience as an art director was a success!
GIFT CERTIFICATES - A GIFT OF CREATION
For a flat $50 per hour you will basically rent an illustrator. You will consult with one of our experienced illustrators via a virtual meeting and the illustrator will create what you want. It can be a caricature, a portrait, a full body drawing, a story board of a film idea you have, a family tree image, a cover illustration for a book you have written, a tattoo in memory of a friend or relative.
Gift something different this year. Be unique, buy custom caricature art gift certificates for something truly personal and fun.
How it works:
These times are sold in blocks of 2 or more in time frames. Once purchased, a digital certificate will arrive by text or email which you can print or share globally via electronic media. Easy and quick! You can gift 2 hours of illustration service for a friend or relative in Singapore, she or he can chose an artist from our group and create a masterpiece of their own which will be theirs for life. On their wall and in their heart. You gave them a gift that will live forever.
ILLUSTRATION and ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES in TORONTO and GTA
We produce quality caricature and illustration work in various forms and media
Custom Studio Caricatures From Photos or Live, Live Digital Caricatures at Parties, Trade Shows, Weddings and Corporate Functions, Drawing live caricatures at your events, functions, picnics, trade shows, corporate or private parties, Illustration work for publications or advertising, Digital and Vector Comical Imagery, Animated caricatures for presentations, web sites, ecards or desktop
Custom Studio Caricatures From Photos or Live Subject
We start from your photos and theme. A pencil draft is produced which you critique and comment on. Upon receiving your changes we redraw the image according to your feedback. You critique the new draft and approve or request new changes. We repeat these steps in two rounds of changes. Additional changes after the two rounds are billed on an hourly basis. Once you are happy with the rough draft we produce the complete artwork in ink and pain using quality paints and permanent inks. The artwork is produced on acid free cotton base museum quality art boards. Voila. Your first experience as an art director was a success!
Live Digital Caricatures at Parties, Trade Shows, Weddings and Corporate Functions
Live Digital Caricatures
have been gaining popularity over the past decade and are now the number one choice for corporate event caricatures. Hand drawn, before your eyes and displayed on a monitor or projected on a screen helps to gather a crowd for your trade show booth, convention, festival or product promotions. A great way to keep visitors captivated, capture information, and have your brand promoted. We draw live digital caricatures
at weddings, birthday parties, retirements, and many more kinds of personal celebrations and corporate gatherings. We send out drawings to your guests electronically for a paper free experience, and can also print onsite for your guests to take away. digital caricatures
make great avatars and are great for social media posts.
Live Event Caricature Art
A proven solid form of entertainment for all age groups, and your guests take an original piece of art with them. Our live event caricatures
are often framed and remain in offices and homes for years. Impress your guests by hiring us to draw them at your function, event or party. We draw live caricatures in Toronto
, and smaller towns across our beautiful province of Ontario. Hundreds of companies and organizations have hired us to draw live caricature
sketches at their corporate functions, picnics or galas. Our traditional caricature
clients have been using our services since 1991.
Custom Caricature Illustration
Caricatures are great to be used as gifts, avatars, mascots, or as logos for a businesses or as imagery for websites and apps. They make great corporate gifts or employee awards that impresses them in a personal way. Caricatures are attention grabbers and a unique and memorable style of gift-giving. We create the initial artwork for you and will customize it to be used for any medium and any environment. They can be muralled, embroidered, ironed on, silk screened, carved or printed in many different ways. We come up with innovative ways to make it work for you. You can have the same image used on clothing, mouse pads, coffee cups, online and printed publications, bumper stickers etc.
Digital and Vector Imagery
We create digital vector caricature illustrations. These can be resized to any extend without getting jagged or pixelated. From business cards to hot air balloons, one file fits all!
Animated Caricature Art
Adding motion to a caricatures literally brings it to life. Full color digital caricatures can be used on your web site, desktop or id rom. They can be created in GIF or SWF formats. SWF files can have sound as well. We have cretaed animated education tools using caricatures for Nortel Networks, Delta Controls and several other companies. Electronic greeting tools can also be created this way. We match the electronic files with the printed and hand drawn art. Having the same fun-filled style of cartoon imagery on your company web site, Christmas cards, party collateral corporate gifts, signage and t-shirts shows you are aware of the value of brand. We can do it all for you.
CARICATURE ARTISTS and ILLUSTRATORS in TORONTO ONTARIO and GTA
List of artists will be added here shortly
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