Adam Icenogle Studio
About this pro
I needed a cartoon graphic for a dune buggy website I was working on; this image would also be used as the main logo for other items that may be produced in connection with the site itself. After finding Adam's name and website ( and after searching for "automotive cartoon artist" through Google), I contacted him through email, gave him the requirements for my project, and asked for a price quote (I also gave this information to at least 4 other artist candidates, all of which had nice examples of the type of image that I was looking for). Adam's process made it easy by breaking down the project into 2 sections, each with it's own price quote; a preliminary sketch and the final graphic. It was very easy to work with Adam as we tweaked the image along the way. I would highly recommend Adam not only for his artistic skills, but also for his professionalism and good nature.Feb 7, 2012
Mike Kelly's Cruise News K.
Adam has done two T-shirt designs for our magazine, as well as the artwork for our annual car show every year since 2002. He has always produced top-notch designs, both in terms of an interesting layout, and superb detail in the artwork itself. Adam also submitted a monthly column to our magazine for many years, which profiled either an automotive personality or subject of interest. The text was interesting and informative, and of course the accompanying artwork was very eye-catching....as that is his specialty. You can't go wrong hiring Adam, as his work is excellent.Aug 17, 2011
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Generally, I like to learn about the details and scope of each project before providing a quote. Otherwise, it's easy to get in over your head. The good news is that after I learn what you're after, I rarely exceed my estimate, and I often finish below what I guessed it would cost.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I try to stay current with industry standard software. My work often combines hand-drawn illustrations with computer graphics, so when screen printers and web designers have specific, technical requests, I am always able to accommodate them. There are a number of good places to view software tutorials online. One of my favorites is Lynda.com.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My father is a retired educator and a car nut, and my mother is an accomplished painter, and a retired art teacher. I grew up around cars and art, and eventually, my parents experiences naturally influenced my career choice. I draw a lot of other stuff, too, but people seem to like and relate to my work when it involves automotive subjects.