Here are some cartooning links:
1. First of all, The Dilbert Blog: How to Make a Comic Strip. I’m a great fan of Scott Adams’ work. As well as his cartoons he writes a splendid blog, which is one of the things I read on a ‘daily basis’ basis. This entry shows what he does each day in pictures.
2. Procartoonists.org is a new organisation for professional cartoonists in the UK. It describes itself thus:
The PCO’s membership spans the best, most experienced and most published full-time, professional cartoonists and caricaturists in the UK.
I am not a member as I am a bit second rate, not that experienced, not that published, a bit of a part-timer and not that professional. I am in the UK though, so I have made a start on the long and rocky road to membership.
3. If you find cartooning a bit difficult you could always try doing this with your pencils.
Anyway, how is everyone? I’ve spent the day working on the church website. It isn’t what I should have been doing, but I’ve got so far behind with it that I just had to concentrate on it and get it done. I’ll post the link another time so that you can see what it is like, but I must not do so before the Vicar has looked at it in case I have written libellous information on it.
Tomorrow I’m going to do some in depth perusing of your cartoon ideas followed by some drawings. The stuff you’ve written really is most splendid, so thanks again.
Later in the afternoon the cats and I might play ‘bird’, one of our favourite games. We’ll have to see how things go though. If we haven’t done two decent cartoons between the three of us there’ll be no game of ‘bird’, that’s for sure.