Cartoons

The cartoons I drew over the years. You may use them for free as I release them under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Public License.

I took Emily Flake's amazing, wonderful, fun online gag cartooning course over at Sequential Artists Workshop - highly recommended! - and these cartoons were the result.


"What has he done now?".


Cartoons I did for my sister relating to education.


A while back, The New Yorker did a reverse caption contest, where readers were encouraged to provide captions for artists to choose from and make an illustration for. So I thought I'd try my hand at it too.


I originally started on my adventure into the arts in 2008. During a sabbatical, I had decided I wanted to learn how to draw editorial cartoons. I decided to let it go back then, because I discovered you had to make yourself angry about something every day, and that just wasn't me, and it wasn't what I wanted to be.

Now, almost nine years later, having taken lots of detours in fine art and comics, I have to admit editorial cartoons still have a pull. I just love binge-reading them. So venturing into that realm again, with a bit more experience now. Also, I feel like taking a tiny break from comics. This happens a lot, but I always come back to comics eventually.



Me trying to wrap my head around Brexit...


I took Emily Flake's amazing, wonderful, fun online gag cartooning course over at Sequential Artists Workshop - highly recommended! - and these cartoons were the result.


A while back, The New Yorker did a reverse caption contest, where readers were encouraged to provide captions for artists to choose from and make an illustration for. So I thought I'd try my hand at it too.



Me trying to wrap my head around Brexit...


"What has he done now?".


Cartoons I did for my sister relating to education.


I originally started on my adventure into the arts in 2008. During a sabbatical, I had decided I wanted to learn how to draw editorial cartoons. I decided to let it go back then, because I discovered you had to make yourself angry about something every day, and that just wasn't me, and it wasn't what I wanted to be.

Now, almost nine years later, having taken lots of detours in fine art and comics, I have to admit editorial cartoons still have a pull. I just love binge-reading them. So venturing into that realm again, with a bit more experience now. Also, I feel like taking a tiny break from comics. This happens a lot, but I always come back to comics eventually.


I took Emily Flake's amazing, wonderful, fun online gag cartooning course over at Sequential Artists Workshop - highly recommended! - and these cartoons were the result.


I originally started on my adventure into the arts in 2008. During a sabbatical, I had decided I wanted to learn how to draw editorial cartoons. I decided to let it go back then, because I discovered you had to make yourself angry about something every day, and that just wasn't me, and it wasn't what I wanted to be.

Now, almost nine years later, having taken lots of detours in fine art and comics, I have to admit editorial cartoons still have a pull. I just love binge-reading them. So venturing into that realm again, with a bit more experience now. Also, I feel like taking a tiny break from comics. This happens a lot, but I always come back to comics eventually.


"What has he done now?".


A while back, The New Yorker did a reverse caption contest, where readers were encouraged to provide captions for artists to choose from and make an illustration for. So I thought I'd try my hand at it too.


Me trying to wrap my head around Brexit...


Cartoons I did for my sister relating to education.



I took Emily Flake's amazing, wonderful, fun online gag cartooning course over at Sequential Artists Workshop - highly recommended! - and these cartoons were the result.



"What has he done now?".


I originally started on my adventure into the arts in 2008. During a sabbatical, I had decided I wanted to learn how to draw editorial cartoons. I decided to let it go back then, because I discovered you had to make yourself angry about something every day, and that just wasn't me, and it wasn't what I wanted to be.

Now, almost nine years later, having taken lots of detours in fine art and comics, I have to admit editorial cartoons still have a pull. I just love binge-reading them. So venturing into that realm again, with a bit more experience now. Also, I feel like taking a tiny break from comics. This happens a lot, but I always come back to comics eventually.


Cartoons I did for my sister relating to education.


A while back, The New Yorker did a reverse caption contest, where readers were encouraged to provide captions for artists to choose from and make an illustration for. So I thought I'd try my hand at it too.


Me trying to wrap my head around Brexit...


I took Emily Flake's amazing, wonderful, fun online gag cartooning course over at Sequential Artists Workshop - highly recommended! - and these cartoons were the result.


"What has he done now?".


Me trying to wrap my head around Brexit...


Cartoons I did for my sister relating to education.


A while back, The New Yorker did a reverse caption contest, where readers were encouraged to provide captions for artists to choose from and make an illustration for. So I thought I'd try my hand at it too.


I originally started on my adventure into the arts in 2008. During a sabbatical, I had decided I wanted to learn how to draw editorial cartoons. I decided to let it go back then, because I discovered you had to make yourself angry about something every day, and that just wasn't me, and it wasn't what I wanted to be.

Now, almost nine years later, having taken lots of detours in fine art and comics, I have to admit editorial cartoons still have a pull. I just love binge-reading them. So venturing into that realm again, with a bit more experience now. Also, I feel like taking a tiny break from comics. This happens a lot, but I always come back to comics eventually.


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