This will be one of my less long-winded posts – just a brief update. I’ve been contacted by a MAJOR sports legend’s licensing managers about some possible (long-shot, but what an honor it would be.) cartooning work. So I’ve been … Continue reading →
As we’ve discussed in previous articles, the dynamic in the world of cartooning, and more specifically, the business and marketing aspects of cartooning, have changed. Syndication and gag cartoon magazine markets are rapidly shrinking. Yet many cartoonists are not only … Continue reading →
I’m always looking for ways to improve as an artist, and have had the good fortune to stumble on this video on Youtube – Patrick LaMontagne is a syndicated Canadian cartoonist and unbelievably talented. Stick around toward the end of … Continue reading →
My wife had encouraged me to give it a whirl, and since trying it, I’ve realy enjoyed the process of creating art for children. Both of my sons were big-time dinosaur fans when they were little, so I thought an image like … Continue reading →
Podcasts are a terrific way to find inspiration – Escape From Illustration Island is among the best. Thomas James, who runs the site, is an experienced illustrator and a very talented interviewer. The podcasts, which are available on his site, are … Continue reading →
I enjoy doing illustration work, particularly humorous illustration, and here’s one I completed for a local IT company which I call, oddly enough, the ‘IT Monkey’ – hope you enjoy.
It’s been an exceptionally busy start to the new year, but I thought I’d catch up a bit. First, I’d been wanting to take an art class for a very long time, but for a host of reasons, haven’t been … Continue reading →