The Cartoonists’ Club of Great Britain is a club for cartoonists, run by cartoonists. We recognise that being a cartoonist can be a solitary affair, so the club aims to give you an opportunity to get together with like-minded people. We’re currently taking stock to see if the social events the club offers are those you would like to take part in as a member – and […]
RICH SKIPWORTH’S TIPS, TRICKS, AND NERDY TECHNO-BABBLE One thing that was very popular at the recent Malta Minicon was the “Cartoon Mentoring” session. Some of the lesser experienced cartoonists teamed up with the hard bitten long-in-the tooth professionals for some one-to-one advice on cartooning technique. I paired up with Mitch Mitchell, who was very interested to learn about […]
To celebrate the centenary of Bairnsfather’s original cartoon, this is the first of two articles by Club member Mark Warby looking at some of the many occasions when the “better ‘ole” has been used by other cartoonists, as well as some of Bairnsfather’s own later published versions of it.
Those of you who went along to the excellent Lakes International Comic Art Festival in Kendal last year will have no hesitation in joining us there again this year for an absolutely packed weekend away. (16-18 OCTOBER, 2015 ) All weekend the Club will have a table in The Comic Clock Tower selling members merchandise […]
Each month in the pages of The Jester Cartoonists’ Club members are honoured to receive teachings and wisdom from miserable French cartoon genius Zut. Zut appears with the assistance of Alex Matthews.
Jeff Hawke was a British science fiction comic strip created by Sydney Jordan and ran in the Daily Express from 1955 to 1974. Despite it’s obscurity in English-speaking countries, it is often regarded as one of the most important science fiction comics ever released. Cartoonists’ Club member William Rudling tells us how you can find […]