(When people arrive on your site, you want to greet them with wide, confident smile, knowing that they are seeing the real you. And to do that, the person you are needs to shine through.)
And yes, you can and should put photographs of yourself on your site. But if you’re not a fashion model (or an egotist) there is a limit to how many of those you can share without overwhelming your visitor. And more importantly, there are other things your visitor wants to know about you.
Things like approachability, sense of humour and how well you get your point across are important. And that’s where I come in.
When you want your visitors to see more sides of you than a portrait can show, I can help
My cartoons can bring your personality to life on your website in ways that are fun and above all, memorable. Which in turn gives you the edge in standing out from the competition.
So, how can you get your grubby little mitts on my work? Read on to explore the options.
So, you’ve decided you want to give yourself the edge and add a level of branding that goes beyond logos and taglines. You want something that is uniquely you, quirky and different
Something that your clients will associate with your work and remember with a smile…
There are certain times when you just want to treat your Mom or Gran. You want to give them a gift that shows them that you know what’s important to them. Or that gives them an opportunity to look at themselves though your eyes. And plain conveys in the deepest possible way that they mean a lot to you.
I know that feeling because I’ve been there, too! And so I dreamed up these whimsical little sketches, perfect for those occasions when you want to wear your heart on your sleeve 😉
You can, with a Cartoon Library Collab
The time and creativity invested in making one-off custom cartoons makes everyday use an expensive prospect. Using stock photos or illustrations isn’t much less pricey, and you’re back to the same old problem – hours spent searching it out, and the picture still isn’t what you are looking for.
But what if you could get in on the ground-floor of designing a large collection of cartoons… that would be available to you for the cost of a single custom-drawn one?