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Editorial cartooning
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Editorial cartooning

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  • 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. 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. It deals with a single idea
  • 4. It is humorous.
  • 5. It exerts influence on the reader.
  • 6. It is realistic.
  • 7. It entertains the reader.
  • 8. Steps in Editorial Cartooning
  • 9. Steps in Editorial Cartooning Know the main issue that you wish to draw a cartoon.
  • 10. Steps in Editorial Cartooning Know the main issue that you wish to draw a cartoon.
  • 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. Use black ink pen or pencil on white paper. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 13. Employ single stroke or line. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 14. Shading can be employed for emphasis. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 15. Focus on one topic only. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 16. Limit the use of words and labels. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 17. Use Universal or common symbols. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 18. Details in the drawing are not necessary. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 19. Simplicity of the drawing is encouraged; simple but the message is clear and intact. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 20. Draw clearly facial expression and prominent identity, especi ally when drawing persons. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 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. Present accurately the issue. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 23. Limit the things to be drawn from three five only to illustrate the idea. Tips for Editorial Cartooning
  • 24. Examples of General Symbols Pencil, Pen and news paper. Journalism, freedom of the press.
  • 25. Dove Examples of General Symbols Freedom, peace, democracy
  • 26. Salakot Examples of General Symbols Juan Dela Cruz representing the ordinary Filipino.
  • 27. Chain Suppression of freedom, m altreatment and slavery. Examples of General Symbols
  • 28. Kamatayan Death or Bad omen Examples of General Symbols
  • 29. Syringe Cure, death sentence, drug addiction Examples of General Symbols
  • 30. Crococodile Abusive person of authority Examples of General Symbols
  • 31. Mallet- Justice Examples of General Symbols
  • 32. Beggar Examples of General Symbols
  • 33. blindfolded Examples of General Symbols
  • 34. Big waves Examples of General Symbols
  • 35. Mask Examples of General Symbols
  • 36. Eagle Examples of General Symbols
  • 37. Bar of gold Examples of General Symbols
  • 38. High rising building Examples of General Symbols
  • 39. key Examples of General Symbols
  • 40. Huge rock Examples of General Symbols
  • 41. Rising sun Examples of General Symbols
  • 42. Skull with crossed bones Examples of General Symbols
  • 43. Multi-tattooed man Examples of General Symbols

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