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New style / 14 May 2009

Starting from this week I’m going to occasionally try and express myself by just creating a topical cartoon and holding back on the usual accompanying dialogue. It’s not that I don’t enjoy the writing aspect of the blog, I do, and it’s easier to create a cartoon that has some writing supporting it. From time to time I’d like to challenge my existing comfort zone in an attempt to explore another level of expression as a Disabled cartoonist. I’m also hoping that by doing this, the cartoons will have a tighter focus.

This means that you’ll also have to work a bit harder as well without the usual written clues to guide you along. Let me know how it works for you, starting with this first one!

Comments

Crippen

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20 May 2009

LOL - love that comment Sue!

Sue Bott

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19 May 2009

How could you criticise those people claiming expenses - they are leading the way on creativity.

John Boy

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18 May 2009

when something needs saying you always say it my man!

Colin [ED]

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18 May 2009

Arts Council have published a report on the recent cuts outlining the need to review relationships with regularly funded organisations (rfo's). http://www.artscouncil.org.uk/publications/publication_detail.php?rid=0&sid=&browse=recent&id=626

Colin [ED]

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18 May 2009

Oh no Crippen is up to his old tricks again! Challenging comfort zones! Who does he think he's kidding?

Kevin Rowan-Drewitt

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16 May 2009

Spot on Dave!