Cartooning tutorial 2: Biscuits

In my second cartooning tutorial, having addressed tea, I am going to talk about biscuits (Thank you to Rachel for the suggestion). To be honest, I don’t eat many biscuits when cartooning. A while ago I went through a significant Kit Kat phase. I was eating one, maybe two Kit Kats (two finger variety) a…

the biscuit

In my second cartooning tutorial, having addressed tea, I am going to talk about biscuits (Thank you to Rachel for the suggestion).

To be honest, I don’t eat many biscuits when cartooning. A while ago I went through a significant Kit Kat phase. I was eating one, maybe two Kit Kats (two finger variety) a day. So up to four Kit Kat fingers. There may have been one day when I had six Kit Kat fingers – I don’t know as I have tried to put it out of my mind. I know, I’m not proud of it.

I have a bit of a thing for choc-chip cookies I must say. But I don’t eat many. Ginger I can do without. Also anything too dry. Chocolate biscuits are generally better than those without.

I have attempted, in this New Year when I am doing everything differently, to replace biscuits with mini satsumas. ‘Easy peelers’, if you will. The ones aimed at children.

What I’m saying is that it isn’t that essential to eat a lot of biscuits to be a cartoonist. But having said that I don’t draw a lot of cartoons. It could be that if I did eat a lot of biscuits I would draw more cartoons. But at the height of my Kit Kat eating I was drawing more or less no cartoons, which I think says it all.

Well, I hope you’ve learnt something. I have added a category called ‘Cartooning tutorials‘ to the blog. Over time you can gather these tutorials together in a folder, put the folder on a shelf, and forget about it.

Question for small groups
Do you like biscuits?