These cartoons are released with a Creative Commons Zero (CC-0)
license (unless noted) so you can make the most of them.
Laughter is optional; rolling of the
eyes is an acceptable response.
Cartoons created as inspiration strikes, unless it doesn't. - RSS feed
Just in case you have the interest ----
February 22, 2014
Questions cartoon children ask
January 16, 2014
January 14, 2014
January 3, 2014
November 10, 2013
Thanks to the wrapper on a stick of Wrigley's sugar free gum for the inspiration.
July 14, 2013 (Happy Bastille Day)
Remember to make your best guess before you hover to see my answer.
Summer activity. Peanuts?
June 16, 2013
February 23, 2013
February 17, 2013
Go ahead, "study" this one before you hover for the answer.
January 24, 2013
January 19, 2013
Learning isn't the same as covering a subject. It's personal, but happens when someone,
often a teacher, lights a spark in your being. Nurture the fire.
Special thanks to Leo
and Máirín Duffy
Being self-centered may not be an official affliction, but it is a
Feel free to adopt this logo, especially where YOU matter. I have.
Released, like everything else here, CCZero. Take it. It's yours.
Click the logo image above to get just the circle full of I
Comics created using the wonderful
vector graphic program Inkscape
If you want to explore making vector graphic cartoons on your own,
download and install Inkscape which works with Windows, Macintosh and
Linux. It won't cost you anything. It is Free Open Source Software
Then, if you want, download one of two design templates listed below.
Right click and choose the "Save link as..." option.
Basic betty'n'bob template
- three panel
cartoon template and some starter characters.
panel template surrounded by some instruction material for how to do
new characters and cartoon elements.
(Right click and choose the "Save link as..." option. Templates [SVG
format] require a program like Inkscape.)
Have fun. Learning is a game that pays you many benefits.