Cartoon Gulliver and the Lilliputians

gonopolsky - Gulliver and the Lilliputians


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gonopolsky - 27.05.13 02:28
thank you
SeplundPetra - 26.05.13 23:28
gonopolsky - 25.05.13 08:01
Kiste - 25.05.13 05:46
"run away in the fog that they love so much" Thats worth a toon!
gonopolsky - 25.05.13 04:24
... so cartoonist is the best editor for himself, - at the beginning and at the end of the work
gonopolsky - 25.05.13 04:16
des, you are right, people love to uncertainty in problems. That what you have said confirms the need for "labels" in cartoons, that people can not "run away" in the "fog" that they love so much
Karsten - 24.05.13 21:38
Some readers simply don't get too subtle political cartoons. If they don't understand it at first sight, they don't like it. And so are editors. The more clearly an editorial is, the better.
des - 24.05.13 18:00
Hey, I like it. As political cartoons go, it's in a long and honourable tradition. Sometimes you've got to bear in mind that the people these things are aimed at are not hugely subtle, and clarity of expression trumps "artistic" ambiguity every time in these cases. Subtlety is often lost on people with thick skins and tunnel vision.
gonopolsky - 24.05.13 16:38
I totally agree with you. I also love when the metaphor is expressed simply by drawing. But sometimes it is possible, and sometimes not. This requires, perhaps, the "brain of cartoonist." You must also have enough time to think about. I can not boast that I have both the first and the second thing, so I have to write the words. Thank you.
Pauer (toonsUp team) - 24.05.13 15:11
I don't really like it when metaphors in cartoons are actually labeled out. It makes me feel like the cartoonist is standing behind you and then he says: "Do you get the joke now?? It's A versus B, it's even written on their backs!"

Why not get creative and choose an object that can stand for "world economy" without having it literally written all over it?

I like the drawing style, though.
gonopolsky - 24.05.13 11:44
yes, free people do not eat this food, only those who are chained by the credits
Kiste - 24.05.13 08:02
Seems not very delicious...

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