!**Do you Photoshop your own dreams!?** Do you have experience with your graphic editor's edge-tracing/detection tool? Then, here's a real quick, easy job for you!
Cut out Beryl from [**this image**]. Remove the globe, the shadows, the colors and lights and circles in the background, and all of the words. All that should remain is Beryl, his clothes, and his cigar, on a white (or transparent) background.
*Note:* The above graphic is simply shown for quick reference. You need to work on [**this image**]!
You might have to darken the shirt *slightly*, to a light gray or light blue, just so that there's enough contrast against a white background to tell he's wearing a shirt. Keep the current color of the collar, again for contrast.
Keep his *height* exactly the same as it is in the source graphic. Reduce the *width* evenly, so that the cartoon figure has the same *proportions* **(width:height ratio)** to that of the same cartoon here:
Deliverable: JPG file.
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These other two graphic are *strictly* for your own education and interest's sake, *only*. Do not use them in the project:
This shows where this graphic is going to go in my book, [***Turn FUNNY EMAIL into CASH!***], replacing the blurry one that's there now, (which was obviously clipped from the above logo).
This is simply what Beryl Wolk looks like in real life. :-)
* * *1) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No 3rd party components unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the employer on the site per the worker's Worker Legal Agreement).