A month of daily cartoons

It is February, which means that, for one month at least, I have succeeded in posting a daily cartoon every day. Today’s is ‘The spectrum of cartoon quality’, which hints at the fact that at some point I may well run out of archive material I am quite pleased with, and instead have to turn…

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It is February, which means that, for one month at least, I have succeeded in posting a daily cartoon every day.

Today’s is ‘The spectrum of cartoon quality’, which hints at the fact that at some point I may well run out of archive material I am quite pleased with, and instead have to turn to archive material that wasn’t really worth posting the first time around. I am trying to do some new ones, but that isn’t possible all the time of course.

Let’s see how I do in February anyway. The hurdles are higher in that there may be more times when I need to trust the blog to automated systems, but you never know.

If you enjoy the daily cartoons it is possible to get a daily email delivered to your inbox, by clicking here and filling in your address (will open in new window). An email will be sent and you have to click on a link to sign up. All fairly straightforward. I should warn you though that at times two cartoons will arrive on the same day, as the email arrives at about 9am UK time, and sometimes I post before then and sometimes afterwards. In such circumstances I advise you to only read half the email to begin with, and then read the second half the following day. Everything will even out in the end.

6 Comments

  1. Well done Dave, I’ve really enjoyed the updates, certainly a moment of warmth in some pretty cold mornings.

    I suppose my comment on today’s cartoon is that while you may see the spectrum in terms of quality, as a reader I see it in terms of how much I identify with the subject; sometimes it is an interesting observation, other times it is a visceral jolt. I suspect by posting more things that may not be as high on your own estimations, you may hit some notes that resonate more strongly with your readers.

    I’m looking forward to it.

    Keep it up!

  2. You do a great job illustrating church life in a humorous sense… not an easy thing to do! Thank you for the month of smiles.

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