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Cartoonstock, a good place to go if you'd like my humour to liven up your projects & ideas.


Adam & Eve, the comic strip I created that is growing in popularity all over the place, was originally taken from a single panel called NoodlePates. After a while these little marital misfits simply took over the feature, causing me to eventually just stop producing NoodlePates and carry on with Adam and Eve.


Anyway, nice as that little anecdote was, Adam & Eve are not the point of this post, although it is worth noting that starting next week I will be using them as part of a three part series on how to create a comic feature and submit it to the syndicates.


But back to the real reason for this post. I have, for a few years now, been posting the odd (some would say, very odd) cartoon to the Cartoonstock website, and with the demise of NoodlePates I have around 200-250 gag cartoons, just sitting around doing nothing. So over the next few months I will be posting them all up onto Cartoonstock.


So if you like what I do and would like to take a look at a decent clump of my work, then please click the link here or on any of the cartoons below.


Obviously I want to keep you updated on how they are progressing, so I will be posting more samples from time-to-time. I hope you enjoy.


Also, please come back next week for part I of the three part cartoon submission process posts, followed by the Adam & Eve monthly 'toon fest, and we simply can't forget the Big Ol' Bear children's book uploads either. Man that books very nearly ready to go to press.


Phew! it's all happening here.










I hope you liked this post and have had a good look around the site at the many others. I have plenty of exciting projects on and plan many more ideas for the Cartoonist Diary website and blog and I would love to have you come along for the ride. If you like the sound of that, then please sign up below and get a link emailed to you every time I post something new.

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