Tag: Florida cartoon
This is part of the Florida Trail Association cartoon I illustrate for each issue of their Footprint magazine. The Florida Trail Association is the organization for hiking throughout Florida. I need to occasionally post some of the cartoons I made for past issues. I won’t be posting the current cartoon, though, as that’s one of the benefits of membership when getting the Underfoot magazine.
Tons of artwork has to get done today! From caricatures to hiking cartoons to illustration, etc! Was hoping to be at a presentation today by Rick Smith, son of author Patrick Smith who wrote the Florida legendary book, ‘A Land Remembered’, but that looks impossible two hours before his presentation. Pen to paper and I’ll post what I can.
On January 28th I was part of a symposium about the condition of our springs in north Central Florida. My part was to illustrate each of the speakers. This is one of Ryan Smart, of the Florida Conservation Coalition, who spoke of legislation to help cover the issues of our Florida springs.
Here’s a piece of the Swampy’s Florida weekly cartoon that will appear tomorrow. The subject is Ma Barker, the famous gangster who met her end in Florida.
Because I keep politics out of the web of this website, this is a pantomime performance of these cartooned characters set up for this week’s editorial cartoon. Feel free to caption this yourself below!
This was penciled on paper, inked the same, scanned and colored.
On January 28th I was part of a symposium about the condition of our springs in north Central Florida. My part was to illustrate each of the speakers. This is one of the set of Dr. Bob Knight, one of our most knowledgeable experts about water in Florida. Knowing Bob helped me play more here than i did with the others.
Bob opened his talk by announcing he had more bad news. I took it from there.
I’ll be posting the rest over the next week or so.
Last night I was part of a Florida springs symposium with a wide variety of speakers updating the audience about the current status of our natural springs and about upcoming legislation.
My role was creating a unique painting of each speaker during their presentation. A few are on the table below. I have a bit of cleanup to do with each and I’ll post them here in the next week.
Here’s a page from the upcoming ‘Swampy’s Florida: Melbourne’. Swampy and friends off to construct everything in sight as so many did around Melbourne in the 1950s. The book should be available in two months through The Knowledge Exchange.