Donna Capacete’s Disney/Pixar “Toy Story” inspired portraits will give you a happiness boost with just a glance! Cherish your best childhood memories with a portrait inspired by Disney/Pixar’s Toy Story’s charming group of friends. These works of art make for wonderful gifts, wall art, desktop backgrounds, and more.
- Turnaround time: Three weeks
- Subject options: I’ll use the same background as my sample works for free. If you want a different background, than what’s shown in the samples, the $75 background fee applies. Posing of figures same as samples.
✦ How it works
- Step 1: Use the dropdown menus to choose what you want your artist to include in the portrait.
- Step 2: After placing your order, we will send you an email to receive the reference photos and direction your artist will need.⚠️ Please check your spam folder if you don’t receive the email within 10 minutes! ⚠️
- Step 3: Submit your reference photos and direction and hold tight! We’ll be in touch via email to confirm the artist is working on the piece, send you a draft for you to review and deliver the finished piece.
Your final work will arrive as a digital image, ready for you to set as social media cover images, profile avatars, desktop backgrounds, mobile device lock screens, and more. We encourage you to print your digital commission through the service of your choice, though we’re happy to send physical prints directly to you as well (see our print options page for more information). Your image, which will arrive as a JPEG, at least 3000 pixels on either side and a minimum of 250 pixels per inch, will be of high enough quality to print in virtually any format.
Got questions? Email our friendly team at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll get back to you asap!
✦ About Donna Capacete
I am a mother of two, homemaker and wife of a computer programmer. I was five years old when my sister taught me how to draw a girl with braids. Since then, I was hooked into drawing. At ten, I began to have an interest in anime style. I would always memorize how the characters were drawn and sketch as soon as the program ended.
On 2005, right after college, I began to have interest in Adobe Illustrator while working as a designer in a garments factory. It became my favorite drawing tool ever since.
It was 2010 when I gave up working full time as an illustrator on a publishing company to focus on taking care of my family. At that time, I also began freelancing and exploring ways to improve my style.