Check out some roughs from the past week.
We went with this for the CNN toon.
This isn’t a different idea but it’s a different way of doing it. I don’t think either is better than the other, but it was an option.
I finished this one later. I liked it too much. It’s not often I get to do a slutty slot Bloomberg cartoon.
I was trying to find a way to do this with a pissed-off horse, but I never found it…unless this is it.
This was after the first debate with Bloomberg where Elizabeth Warren totally destroyed him. I had made a comment online that they lowered the bar for Bloomberg to get into the debate, and Warren took that bar and beat his ass with it.
You can probably tell from the lettering that I was totally intending to do this cartoon. I even had approval from my proofreaders, Laura and Hilary. I started it during the day and later the next morning around 4:00 am, I got another idea I liked better and did that instead. I thought I might come back to this but I never did. And despite the way it looks, I actually worked on it for at least three hours. I’m counting the writing and thinking of it part, not the actual art. I do remember Laura telling me I made the right call. I think I pushed it for the Mike Pence Corona Gay Conversion cartoon.
I liked this but I was concerned people wouldn’t remember Ren and Stimpy. It’s been over 20 years since the show ended.
See how productive I’ve been today? I still have to invoice all my clients, but I posted my CNN cartoon, drew and posted another cartoon (the Democratic Hoax one), wrote a column about my friend Bob, I went to the post office and grocery store, I went out for 20 minutes for a beer with a friend, and with that Ren and Stimpy fact, I made you feel old. That’s a productive Sunday and I need a nap.
Which of these roughs are your faves?
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