Wednesday, June 18, 2008

New Cartoon

10 comments:

Mike Dutton said...

haha!! :)

CptainPurple said...

Don't you judge me!

CptainPurple said...

HIM! What I meant to say was "don't judge HIM."

DAD said...

Je vois toujours du Vaughn Bode dans tes dessins....^^ Good work guy !

BRAVO !!!

Anonymous said...

Greetings!
Thank you for your comment re Tim Russert. Yes, that is an incredible shock! I shall forever remember him with his whiteboards, after the first BII election sortout in Florida.
I am travelling,
looking forward to coming back here when I am not on a foreign computer with a nasty keyboard,
Merisi

Bruce said...

Just a little explanation on this one. Usually, I don't like to put up cartoons that haven't been published or exhibited somewhere or somehow, but in this case I was asked to come up with a four paneled strip for a magazine. This is what i came up with, but for some reason it wasn't getting through in my e-mails, so I put it here for them to see. The last I heard was that they liked it, but it had to pass another art director test. So, hopefully I'll hear something soon.

Mike: Glad you liked it!

Dug: I saw what was in your garbage...

...I meant HIS garbage, of course.


Dad: You have the best compliments. Really.

Vous avez les meilleurs compliments. Vraiment.

Merisi: Are you in Italy again?!! Such a life, I envy you. I quiver to think just what is on those keyboards...

AnaBananacita said...

Hi Bruce!

Yes, I'm back. And I hope to begin some new images soon.

I absolutely LOVE your black and white images -- indian ink. Just beautiful...

I see that your art is progressing!

Bruce said...

Hey Ana!
Good that your back and I look forward to more zaniness.

Yeah, I've been having some fun with the b&w images lately. I have a bunch more I want to share, so hopefully soon.

Merisi said...

Bruce,
Venice it was.
I travelled a lot around in the "wild wild Lagune," fantastic little islands there, great nature, I am sure you'd find a lot of inspiriation there. There's more to Venice than what is generally seen. Can't wait to get back (only six hours by train from Vienna!).
Greetings!

Bruce said...

I loved visiting Venice. I was there in '98 and yeah, we were generally in the area of St. Mark's - the touristy stuff. Although, we did manage to break away and get lost as one must do in Venice. My wife was amazed at my directional abilities, ha, ha.