'We Blog Cartoons' update
This has been added to We Blog Cartoons for free re-use on blogs. It’s one of the oldest cartoons that I’ve done that I allow to be seen in public. I drew it in 1997 I think. Thanks to Nefertiki who said it was her favourite and therefore reminded me that it would be a…
This has been added to We Blog Cartoons for free re-use on blogs. It’s one of the oldest cartoons that I’ve done that I allow to be seen in public. I drew it in 1997 I think. Thanks to Nefertiki who said it was her favourite and therefore reminded me that it would be a good one to make available.
Well, We Blog Cartoons has now been open a week. In this time:
- About 13,086 different computers have looked at at least one cartoon.
- 32000 requests have been made for cartoon images, either on the site or on other people’s blogs
- 5,129 pages have been downloaded on the actual site itself.
- One of the top 100 blogs in the world has posted a cartoon, and one other has posted a link.
- The stats tell me that 280 different sites have uploaded a cartoon or link of some sort, but I am a bit dubious about that. Here are a few of them.
A huge thankyou to everyone who has used cartoons and made encouraging comments so far. Please do continue to use them – thankyou!
How about that old classic, the ‘his friends told him the wetsuit didn’t suit him’ one? That’s always been my favourite, being a deeply insightful presentation of the mindset of inviduality… or something. I had a T-shirt with a siplified design based on that one made a while ago.
Is there a concious reason for the shift from sketchy drawing to clean drawing in your modern cartoons? I rather liked the sketchy details…
glad things are going well Dave!
Nice: dark and poignant. The detail, or ‘cleaness’ (Sam) conveys the sense very well. I hope doing these kind of drawings helps you Dave.
Congratulations on your Internet numbers being so good – and growing better all the time. And thanks for paying attention to your consumers’ wishes.
I love your cartoons. I found your site via your Dull Blog (which ROCKS, by the way, please keep updating) and I will definitely be back. You should make t-shirts out of these things.
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