Sunday, 14 March 2010

And here's a token of appreciation to mothers, everywhere, to celebrate Mothers' Day

Actually, Tootsie did this drawing (although it was my idea) and I think you'll agree that it is very much in keeping with the standard of cartoons on here.

(Drawn in glitter pen on lavatory paper, Somerfield own brand)


  1. I have to say, I was really pleased with it, and proud to be maintaining the high (and ever-rising) standards of Talent Free. I'm a bit worried about whether or not I should continue to practise, though, because then I might improve and therefore lose this Talent Free status that I've worked to attain.

  2. It's a common problem for all Talent Free Authors and Artists Cathy. The danger that too much practice might mean that suddenly you're not qualified to hold the position of a Talent Free expert, but fear not. I have found since I became a professional cartoonist back in February that the less I practice, the better I get at Talent Free.

    Remember it's very important to have a unique style, above the urge to draw boringly accomplished cartoons like everyone else. So whip off the lid of your gel pen, and just go for it Cathy. Really, you can't go wrong!