Following our earlier post, here is more evidence that new technology can help turn a tactile skill into a digital work of art.
News reaches Bloghorn of a couple of British cartoonists revealing the tricks of the trade. Firstly there’s The Times‘ Peter Brookes explaining how he’ll be caricaturing the party leaders in the upcoming General Election. On drawing the current Prime Minister: With Gordon Brown I’ll start with the hair, increasingly grey and much more coiffured these […]
The cover of The New Yorker magazine was drawn by Jorge Colombo’s finger which manipulated an iPhone application in the fashion shown above. Good on them and him.
Courtesy of the Associated Press. Bloghorn’s respects are due to Bernar Yslaire.
Spotted by PCOer Morten Morland and with a handy translation. The PCO: Great British cartoon talentSubscribe to The Foghorn – our print cartoon magazine From the PCO (Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation)
PCOer Andy Davey writes: One thing that all cartoonists are very aware of is that the face of publishing has changed. Much of it has been a little scary for established old-media cartoonists, but one of the undoubted benefits of the new trends has been on-demand printing. While there’s still a need for hard copy […]
US caricaturist Tom Richmond demonstrates on his blog how he digitally colours his illustrations for Mad magazine: The PCO: Great British cartoon talent From the PCO (Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation)
Report on electronic paper from the BBC The PCO: Great British cartoon talent From the PCO (Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation)
Here is an experiment in online imagery using the work of PCOer Alex Hughes who helps write this blog for the Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation. Link via Paul Bradshaw. The PCO: Great British cartoon talent From the PCO (Professional Cartoonists’ Organisation)