Last May at the NCS Reuben Awards Weekend in San Diego, Reubens Master of Ceremonies Tom Gammill put together a great video intro featuring a montage of clips from “The Simpsons” that featured gags about cartoons, comics, cartoonists and MAD Magazine. There were a surprising number of them, including a few cartooning luminaries like Cathy […]
The Happiest of Holidays to all, from the Richmonds (throwback Christmas Card circa 1999 above)!
Our Best Wishes for a Wonderful Holiday Season and a Happy and Healthy 2015!
I occasionally get the opportunity to do work for Library Journal and School Library Journal magazines, and earlier this fall I did a quick piece for them featuring a caricature of Travis Jonker, a well-known book reviewer and librarian who is very social-media saavy (and very tall and lanky). Travis did an article on social […]
Throughout the year, I usually end my evenings (and nights) with a to-do list for the next morning. When December rolls around though, it becomes a little different. I’ve stopped writing down to-do lists for the rest of the month.Show More Summary
On January 2nd, this year’s ballots for the 42nd Annie Awards will be coming to all of ASIFA-Hollywood’s pro-level members who have qualified to vote. (Please note, associate level members do not have voting privileges.) If you are a pro-level member, you might want to check your voting status. It is likely that you have [...]
Here are some of The Dumbest Quotes of 2014. See the whole gang at: http://www.gq.com/trend-list/dumbest-quotes-2014/1 Researched, written, illustrated by meself, with great design and animation from Fred Woodward, Martin Salazar, and fact-checking from Sarah Ball. Show More Summary
This week’s Monday MADness features a few panels from “MAD‘s Inside Scoop On This Year’s Stupidest Holiday Movies” written by Desmond Devlin and Scott Maiko in MAD #459, Nov. 2005. Also as a bonus, the pencil roughs at the bottom (clicky any image to embiggen): King Kong Tom Cruise‘s lunatic couch-bouncing Oprah appearance was used […]
Q: Prior to the internet and image search, how did you gather reference material for caricatures? A: Internet search engines have certainly spoiled me. If I want to do a caricature of Jennifer Lawrence, I am only a few seconds away from having literally thousands of photos of her to choose from… some even show […]