Cartoonists doing it for themselves

Cartoonists are continuing to use the print-on-demand services provided by various websites to get their work out there. These sites mean that they can print collections of their drawings as and when they are needed, so they don’t end up with boxes full of unsold books cluttering up their sheds. While the cartoonists probably won’t […]

Goodbye big print (and cheerio President Bush)

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 […]

How to publish a cartoon book

PCOer Gerard Whyman on how cartoonists can use the internet to bypass traditional publishers This month sees my publishing debut: a 112-page cartoon compilation book entitled Oddly Distracted – a collection of nearly 190 cartoons of my best published and unpublished work. The book was edited, designed, produced and published entirely by myself using a […]