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  Cartoon - Printer-friendly - MSN Encarta
The cartoons for the frescoes, some of them absurd in their attempts to appear heroic, were exhibited in 1843 and parodied shortly thereafter in the English magazine Punch, thus earning the word cartoon its modern definition of a humorous or satirical drawing.
Cartoons may also be used in greeting cards, or they may be distributed through a cartoon bank, where large numbers of cartoons are scanned into a computer and made available to any publisher seeking a cartoon relating to a particular theme.
The broadsheet cartoon subsequently played a vital role in mobilizing public opinion in events such as the Eighty Years' War between the Dutch and the Spanish (1568-1648), the Thirty Years' War in Germany (1618-1638), and the European wars against Louis XIV of France (late 17th century to early 18th century).
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  Cartoon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cartoons were typically used in the production of frescoes, to accurately link the component parts of the composition when painted onto plaster over a series of days.
The cartoon by John Leech that satirizes the preparatory cartoons for frescoes in the new Palace of Westminster (1843)
Modern gag cartoons are found in magazines and newspapers and generally consist of a single drawing with a caption immediately beneath or (less often) a speech balloon.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cartoon   (672 words)

  
 cartoon
Cartoons were typically used in the production of frescoes, to accurately link the component parts of the composition when painted onto plaster over a series of days.
Modern gag cartoons are found in magazines and newspapers and generally consist of a single drawing with a caption immediately beneath or (less often) a speech balloon.
The term "cartoon" is sometimes used in a scientific context to mean a diagram, particularly one that depicts a generalised occurrence rather than a specific example.
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 Gag cartoon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A Gag Cartoon is a single-panel cartoon, usually including a written caption that appears beneath the drawing.
As the name implies—"gag" being a show business term for a comedic idea—these cartoons are most often intended to provoke laughter.
Although gag cartoons are one of the fonts from which comics sprang, there is now dispute as to whether they are categorised together, since gag cartoons do not include a sequence of related images, even though they relay comical incidents.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Gag_cartoon   (141 words)

  
 Cartoon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
However, cartoons were typically used in the production of frescofrescoes in order to accurately link the component parts of the composition when painted onto newly applied fresh plaster over a series of days.
Gag cartoons are found in magazines and newspapers and generally consist of a single drawing, generally without a border, with a caption immediately beneath.
Animated cartoons are usually shown on television or cinema screens and are created by drawing thousands of individual drawings which are shown rapidly in succession to give the impression of movement.
www.infothis.com /find/Cartoon   (786 words)

  
 gag - Search Results - MSN Encarta
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Gag Rules, in United States history, general designation of a number of procedural rules adopted by the U.S. House of Representatives from 1836 to...
In Gag cartoons—which consist of a single panel and are often accompanied by a caption, usually placed outside the panel—characters appear only once,...
encarta.msn.com /encnet/refpages/search.aspx?q=gag   (189 words)

  
 cartoon joke art illustration for humor, publicity, advertising marketing
A gag is a piece of joke that works together with the cartoon figure to give humor.
Panel cartoons and comic strip use gags a lot, even though the latter do not need to be very funny in order to work.
The cartoon is placed in a familiar scene like on a deserted island, with cannibals.
www.cartoon-web.com /4gag.htm   (177 words)

  
 cartoon joke art illustration for humor, publicity, advertising marketing
A gag is a piece of joke that works together with the cartoon figure to give humor.
Panel cartoons and comic strip use gags a lot, even though the latter do not need to be very funny in order to work.
The cartoon is placed in a familiar scene like on a deserted island, with cannibals.
cartoon-web.com /4gag.htm   (177 words)

  
 Bob Mankoff: From New Yorker contibutor to savvy businessman, the cartoonist banks on his entrepreneurial skills   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cartoon Bank was anything but an overnight e-commerce success.
Cartoon Bank resides as an formidable force in the world of gag cartooning, enriching the founder, the magazine, and the elite collective of
Cartoon Bank was brilliant, and his subsequent championing of cartoons and cartoonists is appreciated by many of us.
www.planetcartoonist.com /editorial/success_bobmankoff.shtml   (1107 words)

  
 The Different Types and Uses Of A Cartoon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
verb cartooned, cartooning, cartoons verb, transitive To draw a humorous or satirical representation of; caricature.
Animation is kind of like a Comic Strip Cartoon, because Animation is basically defined as a series of pictures put together one after the other to make it seem as if the characters are in motion.
Gag cartoons are usually found on greeting cards or magazines.
www.angelfire.com /comics/central1/uses.html   (371 words)

  
 Best Downloaded Cartoons - Downloads   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
An animated cartoon is a short, hand-drawn (or made with computers to look similar to something hand-drawn) moving picture for the cinema, TV or computer screen, featuring some kind of story or plot.
In its original historical meaning, a cartoon is a full-size drawing made on paper as a study for a further artwork, such as a painting.
In this meaning, the word cartoon is sometimes shortened to toon (which may be a corruption of "Looney Tunes" and was popularized by the movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit?).
www.cartoons.bestdownload.biz   (821 words)

  
 Roz Chast: Her quirky and neurotic cartoons celebrate the most ordinary aspects of everyday American life, but for this ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
New Yorker in 1978, the gag cartoon was essentially a square box in which either men in bars would commiserate about their short-sheeted lives, or suburban women would sip afternoon tea and snip at their lazy husbands.
When she is inspired during the week, she jots down a cartoon idea on a small slip of paper and stuffs it into a box on her desk.
But if Chast lauds gag cartooning's healthy evolution, she laments the fact that each year there are fewer markets for it.
www.planetcartoonist.com /editorial/success_rozchast.shtml   (1144 words)

  
 Gag Gifts
Any of these cartoons (subject to the above) can be bought as prints/originals or printed on the merchandise at the bottom of this page.
Related topics: clown, clowns, gag, gags, flower, flowers, water squirter, water squirters, pee, peeing, wee, weeing, urination, urinating, anatomy, urinal, urinals, public toilet, public toilets, men's room, men's rooms,
There are more than 10 "gag" cartoons click here to view the full selection.
www.cartoonstock.com /directory/G/Gag_gifts.asp   (1195 words)

  
 Andertoons Cartoon Blog: Cartooning in the News
Mar 16, 2007 in Cartooning in the News
Mar 03, 2006 in Cartooning in the News
Mar 25, 2005 in Cartooning in the News
andertoons.typepad.com /cartoon_blog/cartooning_in_the_news   (6339 words)

  
 Cartooning Tips   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Use cartooning to share your sense of humor; perhaps to vent anger; as a way to turn your imagination loose (See a vegetable, kitchen timer, saltshaker, and a flower vase transformed).
For an effective gag cartoon, the idea is most important - not the elegance of the drawing (see Callahan's cartoons in Willamette Week and elsewhere).
Cartooning may be the most inexpensive way to have fun.
home.teleport.com /~hsimante/hartext/cartoontips.html   (644 words)

  
 History of the Cartoon
Cartoon (humorous drawing), pictorial sketch or caricature, by implication humorous or satirical, and usually published in a newspaper, magazine, or periodical.
Before the introduction of the term “cartoon” in its modern sense in the 19th century, satirical and humorous drawings of all kinds were referred to as caricatures.
Other cartoons, however, such as those of Steve Bell in Britain, whose attacks on the premiership of Margaret Thatcher were described in the House of Lords in 1987 as “an almost obscene series of caricatures”, seem to be reviving the tradition of malicious lampoonery that harks back to Gillray.
www.ccgb.org.uk /Pages/history_of_the_cartoon.html   (3805 words)

  
 Sarah Wernick
In the glory years of magazine cartooning, which lasted from the 1930s through the 1960s, it was possible to earn a living as a caption writer.
Lee Lorenz, cartoon editor of the New Yorker since 1973, says, “The biggest change over my career - I started here as a cartoonist in 1958 - is that the generation of cartoonists that came to prominence in the sixties and seventies all do their own writing.
Because so many cartoons are based on stock situations - shipwreck survivors on a tiny island, a lawyer addressing a judge, a child bringing home a report card - most captioners write only brief descriptions on the gag slips they send to artists.
www.sarahwernick.com /articles/behindcartoonist.html   (3156 words)

  
 NYGraphics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
In the first place, Ross asked of the cartoon the question literary critics were asking of a modern piece of fiction, which by then was distinguished by its consistent use of point of view.
Although her cartoons constituted one of The New Yorker’s most popular features until her death in an air accident in 1949, and she had no more avid a set of followers than the actual matrons she satirized, her humor today would be considered antifeminist and demeaning.
In 1941 a cartoon by Peter Arno appeared which featured an aircraft designer with plans under his arm walking away from a plane crash to which the military, ground crew and ambulance are racing (the pilot, fortunately, we see at a distance has bailed out with a parachute).
www.compedit.com /nygraphics.htm   (2957 words)

  
 Bruce Hanson: Cartoons, caricatures and illustrations   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Cartoons, cartoon illustrations and caricatures by Bruce Hanson.
My cartoons are available for intranets, newsletters, publications, web site use or any media you can think of and I do custom cartoons, cartoon illustrations and caricatures.
All cartoons and images are copyrighted by Bruce Hanson and may not be used without permission of the artist.
www.brucehanson.com   (64 words)

  
 Andertoons Cartoon Blog: The Gag Cartoonist's Business Plan
Gag Recap - I'm not sure if this is around anymore, but it was a good place to get the big markets and see what sold.
This is more or less a one stop gag cartoon education.
NCS membership - You need to be earning at least half of your income off cartoons to even really apply, but as much as it's a great place to meet other cartoonists, it's largely social, and certainly not neccesary to work as a cartoonist.
andertoons.typepad.com /cartoon_blog/2007/02/the_gag_cartoon.html   (1104 words)

  
 Authors at Cartoon eBooks
The cartoon was called "Ronnie" with the drawing style heavily borrowing from Herge's Tintin (whose influence you can still see in my characters).
I was delighted when they published two cartoons along with an article about the 'local kid aspiring to be a cartoonist'.
I got the sense that newspapers were a dwindling industry as far as cartoons were concerned and set my sights on what I saw was a growing market: the Internet.
www.cartoonebooks.com /author.php?authora=2   (1382 words)

  
 WORLD PRESS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
a) The World Press Cartoon can be regarded as the benchmark of quality and prestige for all those involved in the world of the humor graphic cartoon in print.
d) In the category “gag cartoon” will be considered works that do not feature subjects dealing with current issues.
All the works, which comply with the eligibility items, will be returned to their authors, independently of having been chosen or not for the exhibition, with the exception of those sold or prizewinners.
www.exact4you.com /week/wwcont/lisbon,portugal(11.03.2005).htm   (830 words)

  
 Family Tree: Rick Kirkman's Bio
I was born a poor cartoonist in a log cabin drawn in poor perspective....
My cartooning career actually started in its amateur stage about the time I was in kindergarten.
I met Jerry Scott during the gag cartoon phase twenty years ago and we became friends and eventually partners.
www.babyblues.com /family_tree/rkirkman.htm   (237 words)

  
 Dear Mark - Cartoon Curious   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
And in case, I print a book out of cartoons and have a copy-right for the cartoons (without distributing the copies), will the magazine guys be interested in publishing my copy-right cartoons.
Most folks submit their cartoons for copyright in a collection.
Be sure to check as there are different forms of copyright depending on your media and media use, and each has its benefits and procedures (most of which are basically the same) for you to follow.
www.gag.org /_gag_05.org/resources/dear_mark/mark_cartoon_curious.html   (457 words)

  
 A Gag A Day
Found a few more 'Sun Fun' type gags from about 10 years ago, and scanned them in.
As with the previous cartoons, this was from the pages of the 'Jester' - the excellent monthly publication of the CCGB.
Found this gag minus a caption tucked away in a drawer.
agagaday.blogspot.com   (415 words)

  
 Turner Classic Movies This Month Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
The gags in Tex Avery's "Batty Baseball" (1944) come so fast and furious, several go by before the characters in the cartoon complain that someone forgot to show the credits and the MGM lion at the beginning!
Avery was the Master of the spot-gag cartoon - in which seemingly endless variations on a specific theme are trotted out.
If you build up to a point and then the last gag is nothing, you've hurt your whole show, audience-wise.
www.turnerclassicmovies.com /ThisMonth/Article/0,,92947|91111||,00.html   (487 words)

  
 A Salute to Pioneering Cartoonists of Color, Cartoon Gallery 1
Breezy (in the hat) was a gag strip by Tap Melvin, followed the everyday actions of its star in real-life situations always ending with a gag line.
Gag Strip, Bungleton Green, as interpreted by Chester Commodore from 1950 to 1968.
In one cartoon that comes to mind, 2 children are looking out of the window at a robin.
www.clstoons.com /paoc/gallary/comix.htm   (1259 words)

  
 Gag Cartoons
This page only includes cartoons from our archive, for more cartoons on news related topics, click here.
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www.cartoonstock.com /directory/g/gag.asp   (792 words)

  
 blog.myspace.com/mikelynchcartoons
This is the story of one cartoon from one particular batch.
Currently at the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (www.moccany.org) is the Todd McFarlane Retrospective.
Todd's one of the most successful comicbook artists of the last two decades, yet in a lovely glass display case, as part of the exhibit, are literally hundreds of rejection letters Todd received early on in his career.
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 Tabriz Cartoons - English   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-18)
Even if we could not be able to reflect them on tabrizcartoons.com or cartoonfestivals.com, we can place them on rahimcartoon.com any time and any where.
Visitors can email their articles, interviews and even cartoons to be placed in our websites.
This year we will attempt to get to the fastest and the most comprehensive cartoon website position.
www.tabrizcartoons.com /indexen.asp   (416 words)

  
 POLITICAL/GOVERNMENT CARTOONS
All of the cartoons here can also be recaptioned if you'd like, or redrawn a certain way.
medical cartoons, education cartoons, hunting cartoons, religion cartoons, pet cartoons, law/legal cartoons,
ophthalmic cartoons, children cartoons, plumbing cartoons, marriage cartoons, tax cartoons,
www.danscartoons.com /political_cartoons.htm   (268 words)

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