Ding-dong! New roughs are here. These were all drawn on June 23 and 24…I think.
I did something else on Rinos and after it was published, I kinda wished that I had drawn this one. Someone commented on the published cartoon that I should have done something with Eric and Don Jr hunting rinos. I was like, “yeah, it’s in the folder.”
I sketched this out and by the time I was done, crypto climbed back up. I could save this for the future, but these things are tricky. I don’t love it enough to save.
I like this one but I did something else on the Texas troglodyte he-man GOP convention.
This is the idea that turned into the cartoon for the CNN Opinion newsletter.
I didn’t love this but I may bring it back in another form.
This was hard to word out so I quit.
Why didn’t I draw this one? Oh, yeah. Other things got in the way, like the surprise hearing this week. Now, I think this one is kinda over. I had also just published the cartoon below this one and I didn’t want to do two ultra-wordy cartoons in a row.
I wrote this one last week and drew and published it this week, and it was a huge hit with clients and on social media. The one thing I did was change the layout because I’ve done this one before and I’m bored with it.
This was a small batch. We took the week off from the CNN Opinion newsletter but I still have a few roughs from this week that I’ll post next week.
Which of these are your favorites?
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You should publish the crypto currency one. The Confederate dollars joke will ring true here in the South and will infuriate the “We-Want-Our-Flag-Back” crowd (if they understand it’s a slur). It’s a great, timely cartoon.
The Supreme Court one was best. It said it all.
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