Convert your photos into cartoons with our the most popular PanosFX Photoshop actions!
State of the art photo cartoonizer with pop-art making functions: 3 Cartoon styles; 16 balloons; 2 pop-art collages; 8 pop-art backgrounds.
Operating System: Windows, macOS
Photoshop (max: CC, min: CS3)
Photoshop Elements (max: 2022, min: 15)
v.2021.2.2 (May 31, 2021)
Send us up to 3 photos of high resolution (at least 2000 x 1500 pixels); we will email you back a few examples created using these actions:
The "Cartoonizer" is the core action of the product. It creates 3 different cartoon renditions. The first is richer in details and is more colorful; the second is more minimal with flatter colors, while the third has less intense sketch lines and more accented edges.
To produce great cartoons, you need to select the right photos. For best results, follow these rules:
To cartoonize a portrait, prefer a photo that has been taken from a short distance.
Avoid photos shot under poor lighting conditions or photos taken under 'hard' light.
Avoid using blurred photos. Use photos of objects with sharp details and clear edges.
The software lets you make selective color adjustments to the final cartoon image. By altering certain color tones, you can give your cartoons an impressive, abstract look:
Does your image have a transparent background? Fantastic! Not only you can convert it to a cartoon and preserve the transparency; you can add 8 different pop-up backgrounds that can be switched on / off:
You can turn a cartoon with transparent background into a pop-art collage inspired by Andy Warhol's style. The product creates two different pop-art collages with 4 and 9 tiles. The size of these collages is 4 times and 9 times the original photo size, respectively: you can print the collage in a large format printer and impress your friendscustomers with your pop-art posters:
Do you want to spice up the cartoon with speech balloons? The Photoshop and Photoshop Elements actions produce 16 different balloons of customizable color! They are designed in Illustrator and you can resize them freely as many times as you wish, without losing quality:
If you have Photoshop CC, or Photoshop Elements 15 or newer, you can use the PanosFX "Cartoons" to create funny caricatures: