This comic strip has one of my favourite punchlines in the Oojo and Bink saga so far. I remember when the idea struck me...
"Many experts, including professionals in our intelligence and security services, have pointed out the connections between wars that we've been involved in or supported and fought in in other countries, such as Libya, and terrorism here at home..." - Jeremy Corbyn, Friday 26th May, 2017
I didn't realise how much I hesitate at the start of the inking stage, until I watched this video back! Once I've started, I relax into it. See the final comic strip here.
I like taking photos but I often forget to photograph my artwork in progress because I'm so absorbed in making it. Here are a few snaps of two comic strips that I published this week.
In this short video I compare a first draft and final draft of a comic strip called May Morning, and explain the choices and changes that I made.
A few months ago my friend Joanna Ogden, a television producer, tagged me in a Facebook post (see above).
The article that she had shared was called Report: Bananas Still Most Popular Fruit For Pretending To Receive Phone Calls, published by The Onion, a satirical website.
The challenge had been set. Would I rise to it?
This Mental Health Awareness Week, pick a spot in your home that has some clutter in it and ask yourself, "Does this item make me feel good or bad?"
The flat in Oxford that we stayed in afforded a desirable view of the river. I loved watching the waterfowl; very relaxing. But the noise during the night...!
This is the first 'making of Oojo and Bink' video that I've published. I didn't intend to film it sideways, but my mobile phone had other ideas!
We were surprised how quickly we reached the centre of Marlborough Maze at Blenheim Palace. I wasn't surprised how quickly we could exit it.
Richard Pettitt, cartoonist.