Neil G - Utah Caricature Artists

Neil G

Neil G worked in the animation industry under contract with Marvel, drawing "Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends" and "The Incredible Hulk." Prior to the contract with Marvel Neil drew many other Saturday Morning cartoons such as; "Thundarr the Barbarian," "Dungeons and Dragons," "Jem," "She-Ra Princess of Power," "Yogi Bear," “Scooby-Doo.” It was also his privilege to draw layouts for the first “3D” animated film; “Star Chaser the Adventures of Orin.”

 

Neil’s fascination with Caricatures began at the age of 6 inspired by the first Mad Magazine he saw. The movie satire artist Mort Drucker became his idol and wanted nothing more than to learn the skill that Mort mastered. Neil began capturing likeness’s and personalities of friends and family, then drew cartoons for School Newspapers and served as school artist and yearbook artist. Continued cartooning while serving in the military. In 1978 Neil convinced an Amusement Park to allow him to draw caricatures there and so began his full time Caricaturing career. Enjoying caricaturing for over 50 years his goal is to make each drawing better than the last.

 

Neil most enjoys preforming caricatures entertaining to the participants and the viewer. His versatility offers drawings from realistic to extremely cartoony. He strives to make caricatures that look more like you than a photo.

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Serves:

  • Salt Lake City, UT
  • Provo, UT
  • Ogden, UT
  • Park City, UT

Neil G will travel for an additional fee!


Drawing Speeds (drawing speeds are an indication of what the artist is capable of and are not guaranteed)

  • Traditional Caricatures:
    • B & W Heads Only: 22-26 people per hour
    • B&W Body / Gag: 12-14 people per hour
    • Color Heads Only: 7_10 people per hour
    • Color Body / Gag: 5-7 people per hour

    Rates

    • $150/hour, with a 2 hour minimum.*



    *All pricing is in US Dollars and is subject to change if your specific requirements differ from the descriptions.

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