Have you ever thought how your favorite cartoon characters would look like if they would turn into real-life humans? Would they still be cute and cool, or would they look more like three-fingered, slightly deformed, weirdly colored versions of themselves? Well, we've got the answer as to how the real-life cartoon characters would look like below.
Have you ever thought about what your favorite childhood characters would look like if they were in a horror movie? Brazilian digital artist Felipe Rui Fernandes, based in Sao Paulo, has really taken this idea to the extremes!
Hyperrealist art began in 1970 with drawings identical to photographs and in 2000 came to be recognized as a movement and artistic genre in Europe and the United States. But when we talk about realism we mean that it even confuses real people with real, and to show a little better this art for you, we separate some incredible works that have already been exposed by the world.
Have you ever wondered what your childhood crushes and idols would look like if they existed in modern times and were all grown up? A self-taught digital artist from Spain, who goes by Tati MoonS on social media, puts her own realistic spin on some of our favorite cartoon characters in her amazing digital paintings that portray them as badass young adults.
Cartoon ladies having an anatomically impossible waist to hip ratio is the standard at this point. Snow White is the most proportionally correct Disney princess since animators drew her from a real-life model and were tasked by the big man Walt himself to make her look more realistic and less cartoony. But it would be nice to imagine other characters in this fashion too.
We’ve had some creative and adorable reimaginations of people as popular cartoon character versions of themselves. Cosplay enthusiasts are masterfully turning themselves into their favorite Animated characters. But what if it turned the other way around? Have you ever thought about how the popular characters from childhood cartoons would look as real life humans? Ontario, California based artist Miguel Vasquez has an answer to this question and his 3D drawings are quite disturbing. He’s…
Most of us watched cartoons when we were little; a lot of us still watch them now. The characters in animated TV series are usually animals, objects, or monsters. Because let's face it, humans are kinda boring. We would much rather see a big, furry monster going on adventures than just a simple human.
Cartoon characters from popular TV shows usually remind us of some warm memories from childhood. Remember when you used to sit on the sofa on weekend mornings and watch cartoons on mute before your mom caught you not sleeping? Well, I should admit that I did that every weekend. Ontario-based artist Miguel Vasquez seeks to distort our feelings about these cartoon characters with some reality twists. He creates realistic renditions of famous cartoon characters that might even disturb you.