The paper presents a preliminary study on the obtaining of a composite powder by an electrolytic method. The composite powder particles are composed of iron nickel alloy that represents the matrix of the composite, and titanium carbide as the reinforcement. The matrix was obtained by electrolytic co-deposition from pure iron and nickel, in form of consumable electrodes. The titanium carbide powder is in suspension in the electrolyte. By the migration of metallic ions towards the cathode, the iron- nickel alloy is formed and, by simultaneously driving the carbide particles found in the electrolyte onto the cathode, the composite powder is obtained. The resulted composite powders were characterized by optical and electron microscopy. The influence of obtaining conditions over the morphology and structure of composite powders is emphased.