90’s kids might remember spending an hour on some website, creating an avatar that looked (only a little bit) like them. Well, times have changed, now you can instantly get a little cartoon friend just like you through photo scanning technology. Here are 10 sites to help you do it!
Zmoji is a phone app that lets you create an avatar in one of two styles, instantly, using just a photo of yourself. You can also customize your personal avatars manually. The app has a well-integrated keyboard that makes sharing the images extremely easy.
Zmoji website offers you a chance to create an avatar of yourself by their artists for Free. To find out more, click here- Create Avatars Free.
This site works for photos of almost any kind, including photos of people to make an avatar, or photos of landscapes, buildings, cars, pets, etc.
Here, SP stands for South Park, the infamous cartoon from Colorado. It allows users to create an avatar of themself in the style of the show. The art quality is really high, it looks just like the characters from the show, and it is totally free to use. A must-try for any South Park fan.
Quick visit: http://www.sp-studio.de
4. Avatar Generator
While the name isn’t exactly creative, this site gets the job done. Generate an avatar, from a photo, in just a few steps. This site has a feel of the early 2000’s internet, so older millennials can give it a go if looking for a stroll down nostalgia lane.
Quick visit: http://www.avatar-generator.com
It only accepts photos of people, and the art has exaggerated features such as eyes and ears. It is very similar to the caricatures you might have seen in tourist hot spots. This is the only service on the list which is not free.
Quick visit: https://www.photolamus.com
This site has a simple photo to cartoon process that lets you choose between black and white or full colored. The art style is very similar to a comic book. Very easy to use.
Quick Visit: https://kusocartoon.com
With the tagline “From photo go cartoon in one click”, befunky does a great job of summarizing the service it offers. This app has a lot of filters and other tools to experiment with, and the interface looks a lot more like a professional photo studio than the other, simpler options on our list.
Quick Visit: https://www.befunky.com/features/photo-to-cartoon/
Another option for photo to avatar, this site also contains some social media news, filters, and mask effects. It might be worth a try.
Quick Visit: https://avatar.pho.to
9. Shrink Pictures
This website can convert your photo into a small avatar. The only option is a jpeg image format, and your options to further customize are limited, to say the least, but it is a free avatar photo creator.
Quick Visit: https://shrinkpictures.com/create-avatar/
Well, that’s our list of free photo to avatar websites! Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below.
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