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Postby Pooch » Mon Jul 03, 2017 4:15 pm

After commenting on the work of a very talented young cartoonist here in our forum, I thought I might show an old cartoon I did years ago for a blog I had. It concerned the fact that kids, today , don't want to read anymore.
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Re: Cartoon

Postby CarlOwen » Mon Jul 03, 2017 8:15 pm

Brought about a chuckle from my wife and me. Good work. I wonder, did Kalvin and Hobbs beat you out in the market place?
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Re: Cartoon

Postby Pooch » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:09 pm

Calvin and Hobbes! One of my favorite strips of all time. Watterson was terrific.
I submitted a strip once but it was rejected by King's Cartooning Syndicate. I never really pursued it aggressively enough. I was turned down once and never tried again.
I'm glad that you and your bride thought this was funny. I have a bunch of them that I saved from when I was blogging. Someone told me that I should compile them into a book.
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Re: Cartoon

Postby CarlOwen » Wed Jul 05, 2017 2:27 pm

Hi Joseph. I, of course, would love to see all your cartoons in a book. But, may I offer a suggestion? Rhetorical question there as I am going to offer it anyway without your permission. I suggest that you ignore that someone's comment and consider the workload on any project you think you want to do. An idea is one thing and the work bringing it about is quite another. The world is now a completely different place for you. Think and have some fun. I just finished a drawing of a portrait that I intend to paint. Will post it after I have my most important afternoon nap.
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Re: Cartoon

Postby Pooch » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:24 pm

How dare you offer a suggestion without my approval. Having read it, however, I approve.
Nah, I'll never do it. It was a suggestion made a long time ago when I was someone else.
And by the way. I checked out your website. You've put together a nice body of work. I love that painting called, "Old Wheels."
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Re: Cartoon

Postby Pooch » Wed Jul 05, 2017 3:30 pm

Oh, and I just noticed. Happy Birthday!
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Re: Cartoon

Postby mikemontalvo » Thu Jul 06, 2017 3:25 am

I think it's great. Love the style you used. If i understand Carl's comment correctly about considering the workload I completely agree. I am having fun doing the web comic but it is quite a workload, especially since I already have two other jobs. If I wasn't enjoying the whole thing so much I wouldn't have started it. But we will have to see how I feel after the sleep deprivation kicks in.
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Re: Cartoon

Postby hgdagr8one » Sat Feb 29, 2020 3:59 pm

Pooch wrote:Calvin and Hobbes! One of my favorite strips of all time. Watterson was terrific.
I submitted a strip once but it was rejected by King's Cartooning Syndicate. I never really pursued it aggressively enough. I was turned down once and never tried again.
I'm glad that you and your bride thought this was funny. I have a bunch of them that I saved from when I was blogging. Someone told me that I should compile them into a book.


Don't feel bad about being rejected by King's Cartooning Syndicate, I've been down that road myself...many, many, many years ago. If i had a bunch of comic strips I think it would be a good idea to start a web page and post them on that on a timed schedule sort of deal. And once the very last comic strip is posted then compile them all into a book. The web page can be like a digital portfolio of some sort, just a thought.
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Re: Cartoon

Postby King Koko » Sat Mar 28, 2020 3:00 am

i think scribble drawing technique is the most suitable for cartoon drawing.. I saw this one artist use scrabble drawing and for me not many artist can do that... can check on this website https://vincelow.com.my/
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Re: Cartoon

Postby King Koko » Sat Mar 28, 2020 3:03 am

hgdagr8one wrote:
Pooch wrote:Calvin and Hobbes! One of my favorite strips of all time. Watterson was terrific.
I submitted a strip once but it was rejected by King's Cartooning Syndicate. I never really pursued it aggressively enough. I was turned down once and never tried again.
I'm glad that you and your bride thought this was funny. I have a bunch of them that I saved from when I was blogging. Someone told me that I should compile them into a book.


Don't feel bad about being rejected by King's Cartooning Syndicate, I've been down that road myself...many, many, many years ago. If i had a bunch of comic strips I think it would be a good idea to start a web page and post them on that on a timed schedule sort of deal. And once the very last comic strip is posted then compile them all into a book. The web page can be like a digital portfolio of some sort, just a thought.


ya lor can do like digital platform so that people see your art... like this one artise his name is vince low has his own website to sell his artwork... the drawing is just for $100
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Re: Cartoon

Postby Hottie » Tue Mar 31, 2020 1:07 am

King Koko wrote:i think scribble drawing technique is the most suitable for cartoon drawing.. I saw this one artist use scrabble drawing and for me not many artist can do that... can check on this website https://vincelow.com.my/


omg i have checked the website and the artist is so talented also he draw my favourite superhero which is DARTH VADER :evil:
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