Artist Draws Famous Cartoons In Their Official Style, Then Redraws Them In Her Own Way (10+ Pics)

Published 7 years ago

Did you hear about the #StyleChallenge? It’s the one that invites illustrators to test out their skills by adapting their individual style to the ones seen in well-known cartoons.

A freelance artist from NYC, Elena Manetta, has stepped up to the challenge and has put a unique spin on a bunch of beloved animated characters: “Sometimes poses from stylized designs don’t translate 1:1 to other art styles,” Elena wrote. “Things need to be tweaked according to what you’re going for.”

For a greater comparison, she drew the characters in their original style and only then she juxtaposed it with her distinctive versions: “I really like drawing overly muscular characters,” she said. “I don’t know if that’s obvious from my own characters or not. It allows me to give a lot of curvy features to a man without making them look feminine.”

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#1 Blossom From The Whoopass Girls

#2 Arnold From Hey Arnold!

#3 Little Dog And Big Dog From Two Stupid Dogs

#4 Courage From Courage The Cowardly Dog

#5 Dino From The Flintstones

#6 Bubbles From The Whoopass Girls

#7 Double D Ed-Boy From Ed, Edd, N’ Eddy

#8 Stewie From Family Guy

#9 Ren From The Ren & Stimpy Show

#10 Daggett From Angry Beavers


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