Have you ever wondered what you’d look like as a character in your favorite cartoon? Family Guy is helping you find out!
Family Guy’s 300th episode airs on January 14, 2018! That’s an amazing accomplishment for any TV show, so to celebrate, they’re giving you the opportunity to make yourself into a Family Guy character.
If you head on over to FamilyGuyYourself.com, you can create your very own Family Guy character, Bitmoji style.
The generator allows you to customize your body type, skin color, hairstyle, face, eye and nose shape, lip shape and color, and clothing. There are actually a lot of options for each, so it’s really fun to try to make your character as accurate as possible. You’ll feel like you just stepped onto the streets of Quahog!
This writer went through the process and came up with this Family Guy character:
The program also allows you to share directly to social media using a variety of backgrounds, including some of your favorite Quahog locations.
Get your character ready for the 300th episode of the show on January 14, 2018.
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