My Cartoonist Studio Page is Up

July 8th, 2010 | Posted in News

This just in: after only about two weeks of being in existence The Cartoonist Studio website has already significantly lowered it’s standards. Yes, The MAD Blog has learned that my virtual studio on TheCartoonist was just added today, along with those of Chuck Ayers, Brian Crane and Jan Eliot… although their inclusion in no way demonstrates a lowering of standards. Here’s a direct link to my studio page on the site. Once there you can click on any of the pictures for a closer look, and roll over them with your cursor to read about this and that. This is a fun idea where you can see the workspaces of some of your favorite cartoonists (and me) and read about their process, etc. Go visit and check out the other a cartoonist’s studios as well.

I did a blog post about the website’s debut a few weeks ago. The initial unveiling of this site is a “soft” launch, and it the near future there will be other features like a cartoon store, auctions, originals for sale and such. This looks like a fun corner of the web for cartoonists and fans of cartooning alike. I’m happy to be a part of it.


  1. Houston says:

    Thanks for sharing! This site and the Cartoonist Studio are two of my favorite sites to visit. I always enjoy your artwork and had my wife talked into letting me stop to have you draw a caricature of me st Six Flags in St Louis on our trip to Chicago.

    Unfortunately I didn’t get a chance to contact you to see if you would even be there…

    Plus the admission price to Six Flags….

    Plus the cost of the Caricature….

    Plus the time delay….

    Anyway, for some reason, the rest of my family voted the idea down.

    Thanks for sharing and keep churning out the great work!

  2. bluemoonpaul says:

    Looks great, Tom, and that “workout secret” pic is hilarious!


New profile pic courtesy of my self-caricature for the Scott Maiko penned article “Gotcha! Mug Shots of Common (but Despicable) Criminals” from MAD 550

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