And although the cartoonist often uses dogs and cats as heroes, you can still recognize them as typical people you meet in the office, on the street, or in the store.
Andrew Grossman speaks fondly of his characters: “The cartoons come from my imagination, but more specifically, they come from the minds of characters I’ve created over the years, many of whom are dogs and cats.”
A cartoon can take the artist anywhere from one hour to two full working days. The more complex the drawing, the longer it takes to complete. Andrew Grossman’s productivity amazed us. The artist admits: “I probably create, on average, about 3—6 cartoons a day.”
Andrew Grossman is one of the most outstanding contributors to Depositphotos. We asked the artist why he uses microstock if he’s a well-known artist with a vast client base. Grossman told us that this approach enables him to unleash the potential of his enormous base of illustrations.