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  • 1. Mr. Antonio T. Delgado July 21, 2013 SJN Parish Formation Complex
  • 2. Do you watch cartoons?
  • 3. How about animé?
  • 4. CARTOON  The word cartoon comes from two words: caricature and lampoon.
  • 5. CARTOON  Caricatures are drawings of people in which certain physical features are exaggerated.
  • 6. CARTOON  Lampoon is a subtle attack presented humorously.
  • 7. EDITORIAL CARTOON
  • 8. EDITORIAL CARTOON  It is an illustration expressing opinion and interpretation.  It is also called a “wordless editorial”.  It may or may not be a complement of the editorial.  It serves the function of the editorial and the other contents of the op-ed pages: to present an opinion on an issue.
  • 9. THINGS TO LOOK FOR:  Symbolism  Stereotyping  Exaggeration  Humor  Analogy  Technical Skills
  • 10. SYMBOLISM  dove – peace  typewriter - press  P-Noy – government  crocodile – corruption  blindfolded lady with weighing scales - justice  Juan dela Cruz – Filipino masses
  • 11. STEREOTYPING  mother – with apron  government official – wearing barong  the poor – worn-out clothes
  • 12. EXAGGERATION
  • 13. EXAGGERATION
  • 14. EXAGGERATION
  • 15. EXAGGERATION
  • 16. HUMOR
  • 17. Be funny. Except in tragic situations.
  • 18. ANALOGY
  • 19. ANALOGY
  • 20. TECHNICAL SKILLS  Use of technical tools (pencil, pen and ink).  Shading  Shadowing
  • 21. TIPS FOR CARTOONING  Take a side. Are you for or against a certain issue?  Use facial expressions and emotions.  Use universal symbols, those which can be understood at once by your intended reader.  Do not clutter your cartoon with unnecessary details or complicate your drawing with artistic touches.
  • 22. TIPS FOR CARTOONING  Limit the use of words or labels.
  • 23. TIPS FOR CARTOONING  Limit the use of words or labels.
  • 24. TIPS FOR CARTOONING  Use shading to make your article more convincing. Have only one light source.  Draw your cartoons in landscape.  Use margins/border: it shows professionalism.  Have your own style. Do not copy or plagiarize.
  • 25. TIPS FOR CARTOONING  Read, read and read. Remember: the editorial cartoonist is not just an artist. You are also a JOURNALIST.
  • 26. THANK YOU!

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