Thursday, December 18, 2014

Cartoon - Angry Phase Angry Phase


Calculate remaining Xmas shopping

Return netflix DVDs I've had for 2 years

Get mail

Be resentful


Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Cartoon - Big Red Wow

Here was the biggest filter collision I had. I have no idea where the red / back contrast came from. If filters in Photoshop were always this unpredictable, I'd have started using them all the time for years. Oh -- I have been using them all the time for years. Never-mind.

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This cartoon happened as well, today. I've been taking careful notes. I've been sitting here and there, listening. I have no idea why I listened to you. Then you said something funny.

Well, you said a few things that were not funny, but then I took your words out of context, spliced them together, and now you are funny.

The cartoon was funny, then I took it into Photoshop, and it violently collided with a filter. Then it became art. Now I'm worn out.

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Cartoon - And For Me

I prefer my work to speak for itself. Or if it could write, it would write for itself. I guess it would have to do this telepathically, because the cartoon has no arms. I've gotten ahold of some filters in Photoshop and some unpredictable things happened. More of these to follow. CM Evans Cartoons

Friday, December 05, 2014

Cartoon - Is That Bad?

I may try to break my posting record of more than 126 cartoons this year. I have about 200 here I am looking at right now. Trouble is I've been cartooning on things like rocks, mud, birds, old wood shingles, and rotten drywall. Try scanning or taking pictures of things like that. Not archival at all. Here is something I can scan that I drew this morning while I was riding my bicycle on the top of a skyscraper. CM EVANS CARTOONS

Friday, November 14, 2014

Throwback - Hilariously Crossed

Here is a cartoon from the past. I have enough cartoons, published, or otherwise, to make huge paper mache figures bigger than a balloon in a Macy's Thanksgiving Parade. I have probably 10,000 cartoons. Ok -- I have more than 5,000.

I could make a deadly trap out of all the gags I have drawn. Like the Roman emperor -- was it Nero? He killed his dinner guest with a smothering rain of rose petals.

I could do this with all my drawings. Good thing I ain't an emperor. Or a Pope.

CM Evans Cartoons

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Cartoon - Dumbass

I wish I had something more to write about this -- meaningful things at least. Do you like the multi-colored towel I used as a background? I almost threw this cartoon away, but portrays such a lifestyle, so unlike my own present circumstances, or how I ever was to start with, that I simply had to keep it. My favorite thing to do right now is to ride my bike every morning for about 15 miles, and I have this LED light up skull that I watch cycle through different colors. That is just about it. My social life. I hear from some other people, my life is actually fairly spicy -- I even go to the mall occasionally and read a book sitting on a couch like the mall is my living room, just to be around other people. We're all lonely, mostly -- but pretend we are not. You'll never see me looking like I don't have somewhere to go, or people to meet.  CM Evans Cartoons

Monday, November 10, 2014

Cartoon - Mind Control

Weeble skeeble, zeeble, meeble - or - the ____________ was going great, it was almost done in record time, when he questioned why it could ever be done right with the concept of it being done in "record time". False, untrue, fuckup -- Zen corpse, shit bag. So he stopped writing and turned the heater on, because he was tired of being thrifty and not running the heater. Shit bag.

a) Poetry book
b) Travelogue
c) Memoir
d) Bodice Ripper


Hot Stove

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Monday, October 27, 2014

10.27.14: News: William Barker interview and gallery on Marguerite Avenue: SCHWA

Exciting news! I have an interview on my web magazine "Marguerite Avenue", featuring William Barker -- creator of "Schwa". Also featured -- a gallery of his work. Just posted. Check it out.

This was a fun interview to do, because Bills work completely influenced me.  Schwa came out of the 1990s and the 'zine' movement -- it was at the top of the best series of work that came out then.

Cryptic, funny, sometimes menacing -- after a long hiatus, I'm glad that Bill is working on Schwa again.

Here is a link to WB on Facebook. And his online store.