The Artist Transforms The Classic Cartoons Roles Into The Sexiest 60’s Pin-Up Girls

Written by Rashi Garg

Have you ever heard of the word creativity? Creativity is the inner talents such that whenever we get a chance, we explore it unconditionally. People appreciate our work with that. It is the art of doing things in a better way. We perform many things together, and eventually, we conclude a result out of it. Many people invent the new stuff with that talent, and some of them try to manipulate the old ones. It can change your state of mind to think over the particular matter.

Transformation means a change that we bring in different roles and the appearance of the people or the specific things. The changes that we carry can be unrecognizable, and hence sometimes people would get confused out of it. Here we are going to see the work of the artists under the “Walters” who transforms the recognizable cartoon characters and the morphs into the sexy pin-up posters that I am sure you would have never seen since the year 1960s.

Your childhood is soaking the number of cartoons and the animated movies which can blow away our minds. You would have never seen your favorite characters look like this before.

Here are some of the examples which are difficult to believe. Here is the artwork.

 He is Woody from the cartoon The Toy Story.

Yes, here we are talking about the cowboy Woody and main lead character of the cartoon named The Toy Story. It is the fictional character and the main protagonist created by Pixar. He is the pull-string of the doll and the leader of the toys in the movies.

Ben Tennyson from the cartoon named Ben10.


Ben Tennyson is the fictional character from the animated television series and the media franchise produced by Cartoon network studios and created by Man Of Action Studios. Bn Tennyson acquires the watch-like alien device on his hand which helps him to perform the magic and helps others to save them from negative people.

Dexter from the cartoon Dexter’s Laboratory

Dexter is the main lead character of Dexter’s Laboratory. He is the American comic science fiction animated television series created by Genndy Tartakovsky for the Cartoon Network and is the very first network’s Cartoon Cartoons. Dexter is the genius boy and the inventor of the secret lab in the basement of his house.

Johnny Bravo from the Cartoon series Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo is the American animated character from the set of the same name and the fictional character created by Van Partible for Cartoon Network. The series is the second of the network’s cartoon. He is the young man who tries to date the beautiful girl but is unsuccessful with his work.

Clark Kent from Superman.

Clark Kent is the fictional character who appears in the American comic books published by DC Comics and created by Joe Shuster. He served as the civilian and the secret identity of the superhero in the movie Superman. He also debuted in Action Comics 1. The role enabled him to mix with the ordinary people.


Thor is the fictional character from the Marvel Animated Features with the series of eight direct to video animated films made by MLG Productions which is a joint venture from the Marvel Studios and Lions Gate Entertainment.

The Grim Reaper

The Grim Reaper is trying to harvest the soul of a falling star named Sean. He is the soggiest looking Grim Reaper of all times.

Bugs Bunny from Looney Tunes

He is the cartoon animated character created in the late 1930s by Leon Schlesinger Productions and the voiced by Mel Blanc. He is playing the starring role of the Bunny in the Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies animated short films and produced by Warner Brothers.

Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes

Elmer is portraying the role of the fictional character in the famous cartoon series, Looney Tunes. He is the de facto archenemy of Bugs Bunny and one of the most disputed origins in the Warner Bros. He mainly aims at hunting the Bug but ends up injuring himself.

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Rashi Garg