Tag Archives: Cartoonist’s Diary

Karl Stevens: Day One

A week of Karl Stevens diaries begins, and it begins with a conversation with a friend about the difficulties of work. And knives! What about the knives??? Continue reading

 

Ian Densford: Day Five

Ian goes into the woods, pal in tow, danger afoot: will our cartoonist make it safely to his destination? Continue reading

 

Ian Densford: Day Three

We all get lost in your work, but sometimes your work is drawing a whole lot of dead bodies: it takes a toll! Continue reading

 

Ian Densford: Day One

Ian Densford is here, and he’s brought his love of Robert Stack with him, in the form of drawings of Robert Stack. Continue reading

 

Sarah Horrocks: Day Five

Mourning, the daily struggle, the experiences of time and history: taking a look at the present and moving forward. Sarah’s got the story. Continue reading

 

Sarah Horrocks: Day Four

If you only read one comic featuring a concise critique of backseat coaching today, then you probably read this one: it’s Sarah Horrocks, Day Four! Continue reading

 

Sarah Horrocks: Day Three

Finding an emotional echo within the work of action based entertainment, pouring inspiration into creation: Day 3 is here. Continue reading

 

Sarah Horrocks: Day Two

The best part of drawing comics is the part where you have to…pack a bunch of envelopes? Ya heard, it’s true, Day 2: Sarah tells it like it is, in today’s television criticism heavy installment. Continue reading