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Merry cartoony Christmas!

December 22, 2014 in Events, General

Procartoonists.org wishes you a merry Christmas and a very happy new year with this selection of festive cartoons from our members.

Have a great one, folks!

 

dredge_xmas

© Pete Dredge

jonesy_xmas© Jonesy

royston_xmas_2014© Royston

surreal_xmas© The Surreal McCoy

besley_xmas

© Rupert Besley

ariss_xmas© Nathan Ariss

whittock_xmas© Colin Whittock

aaron_xmas© Huw Aaron

hack_xmas

© Matthew Buck

brighty_xmas© Brighty

guy_xmas© Guy Venables

noelford_xmas© Noel Ford

ger_xmas© Gerard Whyman

anderson_xmas

© Terry Anderson

penwill_xmas© Roger Penwill

stott_xmas© Bill Stott

Check out all the PCO cartoonists in the portfolios here.

My year on the campaign trail

December 22, 2014 in Comment, General, News

Procartoonists.org member Chris Cairns features in a video looking back at this year’s independence referendum in Scotland. He takes us through some of his political cartoons as well as the process behind creating them and reflects on the referendum result and the future of the campaign.

Profile photo of Royston

by Royston

Cartoonist in gutsy new series

December 5, 2014 in General, Links, News

Adrian Teal Under the Knife
Procartoonists member Adrian Teal has started contributing cartoons and character design to a gruesome new medical history series on YouTube called Under The Knife.

Written and presented by Dr Lindsey Fitzharris and directed by Alex Anstey, the series is dedicated to the horrors of pre-anaesthetic surgery and early medicine. It combines traditional story-telling techniques with computer animation based on Teal artwork.

Adrian tells us: “The first video has had nearly 9,000 hits. Also, we’re raising funds to cover production costs via the crowdfunding site Patreon.”

Adrian Teal Under the Knife

You can support the series via Patreon here. And you can watch the videos on YouTube here. But be warned: with titles such as The Clockwork Saw, The Plague Doctor, above, and, er, Victorian Anti-Masturbation Devices, it is not for the faint of heart!