I’m posting a youth work cartoon on the CartoonChurch each day for the rest of this week, (until Friday anyway), before I go back to posting another batch of more general church ones. Today’s is ‘Church congregations‘ (click that link for the whole cartoon – image above is just an extract).
Once again this is from Youthwork magazine.
Posted by Dave at 8:56 am on November 30, 2011 and filed under Cartoons.
New on the main CartoonChurch.com site: the youth work trolley (larger, more readable version).
This taken from the monthly series I do for Youthwork magazine, entitled ‘The Dave Walker Guide to Youth Work’.
This is the first of a number of these youth work cartoons I plan to upload to the site – there’s a special youth work category so that you can found a cartoon on that topic if you’re looking for one.
As per usual you can buy a licence to republish this cartoon in church publications or elsewhere.
Posted by Dave at 4:59 pm on November 29, 2011 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
A quick note to say that I’ve added the cartoon ‘Christmas preparations‘ (small extract above) to the main CartoonChurch website. It can be found with other related diagrams in the Christmas cartoons section.
If you’d like to use one or more of my pictures to brighten up your Christmas magazine or a service sheet the charge is the usual £3 for an individual cartoon, or £35 for a year’s unlimited-use licence – see here for all of the details.
This cartoon was my Church Times Christmas one from 2009. You can find it in the ‘Exciting world of churchgoing’ book (page with all books and suchlike). Originally it was a half page cartoon, so if you’re planning to reprint it it will need to be of reasonable size to be legible. If in doubt I always say ‘do a test print’.
Posted by Dave at 9:03 pm on November 27, 2011 and filed under Cartoons, New CartoonChurch cartoons.
A few items of news:
My greetings cards are now available from Church House Bookshop and can be found on their page of my various things. This means that after a couple of years of them not being available they are now once again available. There are five designs that can be bought – the sixth (‘My life in segments’) has now more or less run out owing to the plumbing incident of 2006. The ‘orange juice’ design (above) will be the last to sell out.
The 2012 calendar can now be bought with a special 2 for £12 offer. This is ideal for people with a friend, or those who are likely to lose their calendar through spilt tea / negligence / weakness / own deliberate fault.
Grandiose project report
1 Some small progress made, not completed
2 Some small progress made, not completed
3 Some small progress made, not completed
4 No progress made whatsoever
5 Some small progress made, not completed
Other news (vague)
It is likely that I will be doing rather less cartooning (were such a thing possible) in the coming months owing to various developments. I have no immediate plans to stop any of the regular cartoons I do, but I’ll be spending more time in London doing other things and less time at home trying to be a cartoonist and undertake grandiose projects.
Posted by Dave at 9:31 am on November 18, 2011 and filed under CartoonChurch progress.
1. Making the t-shirt website that I have begun to work on actually work so that people can buy t-shirts and everything.
2. Finding a person who lives in my vicinity to do some admin work for me so that things are a bit less of a disaster.
3. Approaching churches near me with a mind to being their cartoonist in residence. The idea being that they provide me with a bit of space to draw diagrams and people flock in through the doors to see what is going on.
4. Actually doing something vaguely useful at my church. And in life generally.
5. Undertake new cartoon project, the nature of which I cannot divulge in case someone else steals my ideas. It involves making a new website and someone with WordPress skills.
Please nag me continually about these things.
Posted by Dave at 8:25 pm on November 6, 2011 and filed under CartoonChurch progress.