Nobilified gives clients a brush with greatness through our custom portaiture, and that greatness comes in all kinds of forms. Clients can upload selfies to be combined with images of everything from Vikings and Pirates to Kings and Emperors, from Pin-Up models to Queens of yore. But suppose you're looking for something a little different? Suppose, for example, you'd like to ride a dinosaur with a gun-wielding valkyrie in the style of the famously strange Kung Fury? Or suppose you'd prefer to have your face atop the awesome form of Conan the Barbarian? Maybe you'd like to walk in the footsteps of the iconic Captain Picard, or maybe you and a friend would like to make an appearance on a famous album cover.

If you find yourself yearning for something like this, there's good news in just how easy it is to customize the Nobilified experience. Thanks to the create your own masterpiece service, you're not limited to the selection of portraits you find in our galleries. You can conceive and create your very own Nobilified portrait from scratch in a few simple steps. It's a simple matter of uploading a picture of the character you want to become, uploading a picture of yourself -- and any other friends who'll be joining you in the painting -- uploading images of any other items you want added to the mix, and letting our talented artists do the rest.

You can check out our examples gallery to see some of the memorable creations our customers have put together using this feature. We'd also like to take this opportunity to provide a few links to image sites that can provide potential inspiration (only scratching the surface of what the Internet has to offer, of course, but they're a place to start):

  • There's a wealth of vivid royalty-free stock images to be had on Pixabay, and interesting collections for genre content like fantasy and science fiction if they're your speed (although with those examples, you might have to dig around a bit for images with actual people in them).
  • Pinterest hosts an amazing diversity of heroic fantasy art. So much so, in fact, that it's probably best to go there with a specific kind of image in mind; otherwise it can become one of those "rabbit-hole" sites that consume far more time than you planned to spend!
  • You can find archives of classic pulp art on archive sites like the Amazing Stories archive (one good way to find these is to search for archives on Open Culture).

If you want more information on how Nobilified can help you realize the heroic portrait you've been dreaming of, contact us today at

October 21, 2019 by Acquire Agency Collaborator