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Cartoon fun for families

A Family Fun Day is being held on Saturday 12 August at the Cartoon Museum in London. It runs from 12pm-4pm and is a drop-in event for ages 3+, with activities and games for all the family. A cartoonist will be on hand to give tips. The event is free to children. Adults pay the […]

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Pencil it in

A new blog has been launched which offers advice on all aspects of cartooning, from how to develop your work to how to run a cartoon business. Chewing Pencils has only been around for a couple of months but is already proving to be a great resource for budding cartoonists. LINK: Chewing Pencils And here's […]

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Size matters

Cartoonists be afraid! From August 21 there will be a major change in the way the post is priced, taking into account size as well as weight. The key part for cartoonists is the new category large letter, which will require large letter stamps (up to 100g). The Post Office line is that if you […]

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It’s a London thing

Howard McWilliam was named as the winner of a competition to find up-and-coming cartoonists, organised by London's Evening Standard. The London Life competition was organised in conjunction with the Cartoon Art Trust, which runs the Cartoon Museum. The 47 best entries will be exhibited there until September 3. The exhibition also features work by Standard […]

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Pixar: 20 Years of Animation

Ever wondered where Buzz Lightyear and Woody really came from, or how a whole family with superhero powers was imagined? Pixar have been making innovative movies such as Toy Story and The Incredibles for 20 years and have never let anyone see how they work. But now you can be among the first in the […]

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