Heather Joy T - Texas Digital Caricature Artists

Heather Joy T is one of our Digital Caricature Artists in Austin:

Heather Joy has been drawing caricatures since she got a job at Six Flags Over Texas back in 1990. It started as a summer job and became a career that has taken her all across the U.S. From Fort Worth/Dallas to Chicago to Las Vegas to Austin to Boston and back to Austin, where she resides. She loves what she does and it shows! She's quick and accurate, with a dose of her quirky humor. After so many years of practice, she can perceive a personality in just a couple of minutes! Heather is professional and a great addition to your event your guests will remember for years to come.


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

Digital Caricatures:
  • B&W Digital Caricatures: 20-25 people per hour
  • Color Digital Caricatures: 10-12 people per hour

Requirements and Equipment:

  • Output Options: Cordless/wireless Canon Pixma printer. Can print any size from 4x6, 5x7, and 8.5x11. Can provide lanyards or sleeves for 4x6, clear plastic bags sized for 5x7 or 8.5x11.
  • Provided Equipment: iPad Pro 12.9" with Pencil, Apple TV to AirPlay with monitor
  • Requirements: an outlet for extension cord and power strip to plug in her lights, printer and iPad (if battery power is low).


  • Digital Caricature Rate: $270/hour, with a 3 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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