Cartoons, Cartoon Characters Illustrator
Strips, Panels and Animation
Sometimes funny, sometimes not, but always delivering the message
These cartoons have all been created to appear either in a comic strip or panel cartoon, or even as an animation of some sort. Obviously each image looks like a normal illustration, and to be honest there isn't a lot of difference. The only real difference is the intended end use of the artwork. An illustration tends to be a one off image or a series of images of different scenarios. A cartoon however tends to be a more fluid storytelling experience, helping to deliver a message either as a comic strip or an animation.
Here are a few examples of some of the cartoons I've recently created. I would love to hear your feedback, so please feel free to make my day and leave a comment or 'like' at the bottom of this page. Enjoy!
The 'Tigers Family' cartoon strip has been exclusively created for Leicester Tigers. The Leicester Tigers (in case you don't know) are the most successful English rugby union club since the introduction of league rugby in 1987 and play their rugby at Welford Road in Leicester. See more of the family by visiting the Tigers Family page.
Funny? Sometimes! Cartoons that have been put into several panels or comic strips.
Mal and Lard (15)This is a small sample of the Mal & Lard cartoon strip, the two cartoon ducks appearing weekly in the Harborough Mail. They first appeared in print on May 1st 2003 and have appeared every week since. Visit the Mal and Lard blog and check out everything you ever wanted to know including all previous strips Mal and Lard strips.
Animated (6)These cartoons have been been created with animation in mind. They are shown in several poses showing the different stages of the animated movement. You can see the animations in action on the West Lodge Rural Centre website