Make a drawing of (someone) in a simplified or exaggerated way
she has a face with enough character to be cartooned
A simple drawing showing the features of its subjects in a humorously exaggerated way, esp. a satirical one in a newspaper or magazine
A comic strip
A simplified or exaggerated version or interpretation of something
this movie is a cartoon of rural life in America
Dolores becomes a cartoon housewife, reading glossy magazines in a bathrobe
A motion picture using animation techniques to photograph a sequence of drawings rather than real people or objects
A full-size drawing made by an artist as a preliminary design for a painting or other work of art
draw cartoons of
a humorous or satirical drawing published in a newspaper or magazine
a film made by photographing a series of cartoon drawings to give the illusion of movement when projected in rapid sequence
Cartoon is a house music / nu-jazz act based in Cork in the Republic of Ireland. The band is a collective consisting of up to 10 members between singers, musicians and producers.
"The Cartoon" is the 169th episode of the NBC sitcom Seinfeld. This was the 13th episode for the 9th and final season. It aired on January 29, 1998.
The ninth season of Seinfeld commenced airing on September 25, 1997 on NBC. There were 24 episodes, and it was the final season of the show.
A cartoonist is a person who specializes in drawing cartoons. Much of this work is humorous, intended primarily for entertainment purposes. ...
(Cartoons (song)) The Cartoon Song is a contemporary Christian song by Chris Rice, written in 1989 as a tongue-in-cheek skit for a church youth group of middle school students. The song mentions many cartoon characters popular in the United States at that time.
(The Cartoonist) The Cartoonist: Jeff Smith, Bone and the Changing Face of Comics is a 2009 documentary about the life and art of Jeff Smith, the creator of the Bone graphic novel series and regarded as one of America's greatest living cartoonists. ...
A humorous drawing, often with a caption, or a strip of such drawings; A drawing satirising current public figures; An artist's preliminary sketch; An animated piece of film which is often but not exclusively humourous; A diagram in a scientific concept; To draw a cartoon
(CARTOONIST) What you call your auto mechanic.
(Cartoons) A cartoon is any of several forms of illustrations with varied meanings. The term has evolved from its original meaning from the fine art of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, to the more modern meaning of humorous illustrations in magazines and newspapers, to the contemporary ...
(Cartoons) The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure · Teen Titans (episodes) (characters) · Teen Titans: The Judas Contract · Young Justice
A grid on paper with spaces colored to guide rug weavers in selecting pile yarns to execute a rug design.
Finished artwork of an embroidery design to be digitized.
An artwork that shows people or things in ways that are funny. Cartoons often have words that go with them.
Full scale blow up of smaller sketches.
This has nothing to do with Disney or Loony Toons. It's a drawing of the principle forms of a COMPOSITION drawn to the same scale as the final painting.
Map of design and colors drawn on paper used as a guide to weave a rug.
1. A humorous or satirical drawing. 2. A drawing completed as a full-scale working drawing, usually for a fresco painting, mural, or tapestry.
A full-scale preparatory drawing for a painting, tapestry, or fresco. In fresco painting, the design was transferred to the wall by making small holes along the contour lines and then powdering them with charcoal in order to leave an outline on the surface to be painted. ...
Full-size model for a work of art, mostly used for frescoes, mosaics, stained-glass windows and draperies. The artist would draw or paint a sketch on the cartoon, usually paper. He himself or someone else would then transfer the design onto the definitive location. ...
in an archaic sense, a preliminary drawing done to the full size of a planned work and used to transfer the design to the wall, panel, or canvas; in a more familiar contemporary sense, a drawing, often reproduced in news and opinion periodicals, with primarily emotional, social and/or political ...
a drawing (or series of drawings) that represents or symbolizes, satirizes or caricatures some person, subject, or activity; also known as "comics" or "comic strip"; see FICTIONAL CHARACTER; compare JOURNAL, YANK, STARS AND STRIPES. [cf: animated cartoon]
a planning device in mural painting, often a full-scale line drawing of the design, without color and tone