1. Low startup costs – All it takes is a few supplies, such as a sketchbook, paper, colored pencils or markers, and other basic drawing materials.
2. Flexible hours – You can work when you want to work and pick your own hours.
3. Creative outlet – You can express your own creative style through caricatures you create.
4. Demonstrating a skill – Caricature drawing takes practice, but once you master it, you will gain a new skill and be able to show off what you’ve learned in your artwork.
1. Low pay – Depending on where you work, your rate of pay can be low.
2. Unpredictable demand – It may be hard to find gigs and the demand for caricature drawings may fluctuate depending on the season or area.
3. Limited audience – Not everyone is a fan of caricature art, so your audience may be limited.
4. Drawing skills – You will need to practice and hone your drawing skills if you want to be successful in this field. Additionally, the more creative and unique your style is, the better it will be received by potential clients or customers.