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Check out A Case for Pencils – New Yorker cartoonists show what tools they use

I found the “A Case for Pencils” blog this morning via Michael Maslin’s Inkspill. It’s a blog where New Yorker cartoonists show the tools and process they use for their cartoons. Some are more in-depth than others. The latest one from Shannon Wheeler is excellent. Photo below is one from Shannon’s process.

Community Comments

#1 Jane Mattimoe
@ 8:35 am

Thanks for posting about A Case for Pencils! I’m glad you like it!

#2 Samuel Fox
@ 10:15 am

I’m a 73 year old cartoonist trying to get back in the business. I sold some cartoons in my 30s but my friend and gag writer died.Icold use new gag writers I’ll pay 25% upon sales. Contact me at my email address…Sam Fox

#3 Samuel Fox
@ 6:10 pm

I practice cartooning 7 days a week I haven’t sold any for a long time. I’m looking gag writers I’m not good at gag writing. I’ll pay 25% on any cartoons published. And I’ll give the gag writer credit for the idea,,,,,Contact Sam Fox

#4 Alex Hallatt
@ 5:02 am

Writing the gag is the hardest bit, Sam.

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