A few years back my Grandfather, an avid yard-saler, sent me a set of these comics courses from the 50’s mainly put together by Coulton Waugh but featuring lots of articles by now-legendary cartoonists including Frank King, Ernie Bushmiller and others. Here is an article by Frank King, creator of Gasoline Alley. Click the images to zoom in. Reproduced with kind permission from the Art Instruction Schools (www.artinstructionschools.edu).
They said it couldn’t be done, well actually no one said that, usually they said, ‘whenever you’re ready.’ So I’m ready, sort of. Stumbling in past the deadline, the first of my monthly mini-comic ongoing series of mayhem and possibly non-mayhem related themes also. “Flotage”
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