Friday, December 11, 2009

HOW TO BECOME A CARTOONIST - Washington School of Cartooning

HOW TO BECOME A CARTOONIST, a booklet from the Washington School of Cartooning, Washington, DC. Copyright 1923 by same.

My thanks to John Klossner for this. Thanks, John!


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Mike Lynch said...

It was rather interesting for me to read this article. Thank you for it. I like such themes and everything connected to this matter. I would like to read more on that blog soon.

Brian Fies said...

Never before has the scope of cartooning been so broad. Never have the opportunities been so numerous and remunerative.

I shall indeed fill out my enrollment blank NOW and let it mark my first important step in my progress to becoming the cartoonist I really want to be!

Yours most sincerely,

dan reynolds said...

I skipped a WHOLE LOTTA steps. I just started drawing and drawing and drawing. The rest was mystery.

Patrick Roy said...

About 40 years ago I was visiting in FL. and went to a flea market and found a gold lapel pin whit the inscription on it saying Washington School Of Cartooning. Just wondering if it is of any value?