Posted On: March 2018
You know the type — that doodling cartoonist type. Every time there is a pen and paper on the table, they will be sketching something down, with a mysterious smile, giggling quietly and making funny faces. Vlad Kolarov is no exception — however, he has built a career out of his funny habit. If you are no Internet stranger, you’ve probably already seen his work. It might be a Yahoo ecard, or a funny cartoon on some web site, a greeting card or even his online portfolio. Vlad has been around for some time.
Public Speaking: How to Use Humorous Illustrations And Cartoons to Grab the Attention of Your Audience
I don’t think there’s anyone who would disagree that public speaking is not easy.
Standing іn frоnt оf a group of реорlе and being the focus of many eyes can be a daunting task worthy of many sleepless nights. Not many of us are born with the talent for public speaking. It’s a skill that is developed and needs a lot of practice. However, it’s a skill that can be learned and there are tricks one can use to make it easier.
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Where do you get your cartoon ideas from?
This is probably one of the most asked questions, and I have no reliable answer. Ideas appear. It’s like magic. BUT… nothing happens until you sit down and work.
(This interview was originally published in 2002)
Jerry King is one of the most published, prolific and versatile cartoonists in the world today.
His work has appeared in thousands of greeting cards, magazines, Web sites, books, newspapers, newsletters and children’s books. His client list includes Disney, Playboy, American Greetings, The United States Golf Assoc., and many others.
Jerry’s magazine credits include Playboy, Better Homes and Gardens, Golf Digest, The Saturday Evening Post, National Enquirer, Woman’s World and hundreds of others world wide.
Randy Glasbergen (1957-2015) was not only an amazing and hard-working cartoonist, he was also an incredibly kind, knowledgeable and helpful friend. He left us way too early and unexpectedly, but we still think of him and his amazing contributions in the field of cartooning.
Below is an interview we did with Randy in 2002.