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Civil "Wartoons"
by Michael Aubrecht, Copyright 2006
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Many Civil War enthusiast groups hold yearly conventions and banquets that are referred to as "musters." Often these groups will provide commemorative t-shirts, bookmarks, or other special items for members to take home. Sometimes the themes are very dignified, while others take a more "tongue-in-cheek" approach. That is where I come in. Before I became a writer, I was a graphic artist and I am now offering my services as a designer. I have a large library of flexible Civil War "doodles" that can be manipulated and customized to fit your group's theme or slogan. There are many characters to choose from and I can combine a variety of images to create almost any scenario.

General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson

Products & Services

Each "wartoon" is meticulously researched for historical accuracy. All graphics are delivered in both hi-resolution (print format) and low-res (web-ready) for use in promotional materials, iron-on transfers, web sites and more. I also support both PC and MAC platforms and can deliver the digital files in a variety of formats including EPS, TIF, JPG, PDF (and more).

Email for pricing. *Discounts for non-profits.

Samples below: bookmarks for CWi chat room's "Gettysburg 2006 Muster" and iron-on transfers for Lee's Lt's "Gathering of Eagles."

General JEB Stuart

NEW "You-toons"

In addition to familiar and famous Civil War subjects, special "customized" characters can be designed featuring your own reenactor portrayal. Simply send a period photograph and a brief description of the individual's unit and designation info.

Great for gifts and promotional materials. Email for pricing.

Chaplain Alan Farley (RMJC)

Custom Logos

Your character can also be added to a special custom background (or crest) to use as a personalized logo.

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