Name That Toon Personalization Options

Name That Toon cartoons are our second cartoon character line. They are closely modeled after the Friendly Folks line. The primary difference between Name That Toon (NTT) and Friendly Folks is that the NTT offers updated, bolder backgrounds and the characters are more humanistic, rather than the smiley face characters of its Friendly Folks counterpart.

We cannot remove characters from the Name That Toon scenes, and with the exception of pets, we do not have characters that can be added in. We can, however, add glasses (clear and sunglasses) and change the characters hair color.

Although this character line has been on the market for years, we do continue to add features as we can.

Name That Toon Cartoon Personalization

Customizable Cartoons

Skin Tone Options

Name That Toon skin tone options

Name That Toon cartoon characters are available in either light skin tone or dark skin tone.  Skin tones cannot be mixed on the same scene.

Most* Name That Toon cartoon characters can have a hair color added!

When available, hair color options include black, brown, blonde, red or grey. This character line does not have a bald option.

*We add a hair color to the Name That Toon characters via a graphic overlay. Therefore, if the character has long hair, is wearing a hat or has something in front of their face, we cannot apply a hair color.

Please note that on this character line we can only change the hair color, we cannot change the style (ie, the length or hair cut style).

Hair Color Options

Name That Toon Hair Color Options


Glasses & Sunglasses Options

Name That Toon Glasses and Sunglasses Options

Similar to the addition of a hair color,  most Name That Toon cartoon characters can have clear eye glasses or sun glasses added!

Even though we add glasses in the same manner that we add a hair color, we are able to add glasses (of either style) to characters with long hair, as well as those wearing a hat. The only characters that we cannot add eye glasses to are those that have something in front of their face, (ie, the scuba diver, wood worker and similar).

We can now add eye glasses to Name That Toon cartoons

Extra Characters


Unfortunately we do not currently have extra (human) characters for the Name That Toon cartoon line.

Provided that there is a place in the cartoon scene, (some scenes, such as the surfer, do not have any solid ground to place an animal), we can add domestic pets to your cartoon scene!

Our selection includes an array of dogs and cats that can be added to make your caricature complete!

When adding a pet please provide the corresponding clip art number(s) of the pets, or provide a description of the animal for us to match up to our available clip art.

Pets that can be added to your caricature

Character Clothing

Name That Toon Couple

We are often asked if we can change the clothing that our characters are wearing.

Unfortunately, the Name That Toon cartoon line does not offer the flexibility of changing the character’s clothing, and we are unable to add hats or facial hair.

Custom Text & Logos

Customize with your own name and text

Aside from adding a hair color or glasses, the bulk of personalization for the Name That Toon character line is TEXT.  We start with a picture devoid of text. There is literally no text on the picture when we begin personalizing your character.

We typically put your name, the year or some witty text in the center box (the middle box located in the center of most pictures). From this point, each scene varies. Many pictures have background elements, such as a bulletin board, chalkboard, golf cart or wall that we frequently add text to.

We try to include a blank picture with red boxes denoting the most common areas of personalization, but you are not limited to personalizing those areas.

We can place text anywhere on the scene.

We can also use nearly any font and font color, if you have a preference.

We have the capability of adding logos to our Name That Toon line as well.

We strongly recommend using a simple logo with a transparent background and very little text. If a logo has too much text it may be hard to read when it is sized down to fit on an office door or bulletin board, and if it has a background color (without a border) it may look as if it is floating.

If you would like to add your logo to a scene that you have ordered, please use our Logo Upload Page to send it to us.