I love free software you can use online. BeFunky’s Cartoonizer does what you see above: turns your pictures into cartoons.
Just upload a picture from your hard drive or straight from your webcam and have fun!
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Tom, you’re very welcome! Thanks for stopping by!
wow it’s interesting…in cloud computing
my some picture converting cartoon of good quality
Thank you Rich.
OMG! This is AWESOME!!
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picture from desktop not working for me.
How big is the picture? They likely have a size limit.
when i click on from desktop it does nothing but the other two work
Try clearing your temporary internet files, cookies etc. and see if it works then. I just tested it and it’s working.
must be something turned off in my machine still not working
Steve, try updating to the latest version of Flash: http://www.adobe.com/shockwave/download/index.cgi?P1_Prod_Version=ShockwaveFlash&P2_Platform=Win32
That did it thanks Rich
Very cool tool
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I’ve been looking for something like this for ages. Its fab and i’m glad i found you
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