Editorial cartooning

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Editorial cartooning

  1. 1. Editorial Cartooning •Editorial cartoons are comics with a purpose. •Also called political cartoons, they make a comment about issues in the news •Editorial cartoons are opinion- based. They have a point of view. Not objective.
  2. 2. Effective Editorial Cartoon 1. It deals with a single idea. 2. It is humorous. 3. It exerts influence on the reader. 4. It is realistic. 5. It entertains the reader.
  3. 3. It deals with a single idea
  4. 4. It is humorous.
  5. 5. It exerts influence on the reader.
  6. 6. It is realistic.
  7. 7. It entertains the reader.
  8. 8. Steps in Editorial Cartooning
  9. 9. Steps in Editorial Cartooning Know the main issue that you wish to draw a cartoon.
  10. 10. Steps in Editorial Cartooning Know the main issue that you wish to draw a cartoon.
  11. 11. Steps in Editorial Cartooning Illustrate through the aid of effective symbols that fit the general opinion of the editorial staff on the issue.
  12. 12. Use black ink pen or pencil on white paper. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  13. 13. Employ single stroke or line. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  14. 14. Shading can be employed for emphasis. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  15. 15. Focus on one topic only. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  16. 16. Limit the use of words and labels. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  17. 17. Use Universal or common symbols. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  18. 18. Details in the drawing are not necessary. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  19. 19. Simplicity of the drawing is encouraged; simple but the message is clear and intact. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  20. 20. Draw clearly facial expression and prominent identity, especi ally when drawing persons. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  21. 21. You may apply allusion as background scene such as superhero, gladi ator, event in in Calvary and other common settings. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  22. 22. Present accurately the issue. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  23. 23. Limit the things to be drawn from three five only to illustrate the idea. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  24. 24. Examples of General Symbols Pencil, Pen and news paper. Journalism, freedom of the press.
  25. 25. Dove Examples of General Symbols Freedom, peace, democracy
  26. 26. Salakot Examples of General Symbols Juan Dela Cruz representing the ordinary Filipino.
  27. 27. Chain Suppression of freedom, m altreatment and slavery. Examples of General Symbols
  28. 28. Kamatayan Death or Bad omen Examples of General Symbols
  29. 29. Syringe Cure, death sentence, drug addiction Examples of General Symbols
  30. 30. Crococodile Abusive person of authority Examples of General Symbols
  31. 31. Mallet- Justice Examples of General Symbols
  32. 32. Beggar Examples of General Symbols
  33. 33. blindfolded Examples of General Symbols
  34. 34. Big waves Examples of General Symbols
  35. 35. Mask Examples of General Symbols
  36. 36. Eagle Examples of General Symbols
  37. 37. Bar of gold Examples of General Symbols
  38. 38. High rising building Examples of General Symbols
  39. 39. key Examples of General Symbols
  40. 40. Huge rock Examples of General Symbols
  41. 41. Rising sun Examples of General Symbols
  42. 42. Skull with crossed bones Examples of General Symbols
  43. 43. Multi-tattooed man Examples of General Symbols

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