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Some cartoons of 2020

In a year where I did very little of interest, I did draw quite a lot of cartoons in 2020. I suppose I find it quite soothing. Apart from the relaxing nature of focusing on something frivolous, cartooning can sometimes … Continue reading

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Faces from the past

When I moved north, most of the stuff from my London flat went into a lockup in Scarborough. It was a temporary measure to begin with, but life developments since have made it a more permanent state of affairs, and … Continue reading

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All I want for Christmas

I’ve been scribbling Christmas card designs recently, just for fun. I’m not mature or organised enough to actually send any out, but if I did, I think I would probably send this one.

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A million monkeys

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Buffering

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Home, James

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Maternal matrimonials

It was a rather special wedding on Saturday. We all headed over to the pretty old Norman church down the road, where Christian and I proceeded to walk our mother down the aisle. Later in the service, as Christian went … Continue reading

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Wedding rings and rotor blades

Last weekend, my fine friends T and Y were married. They are almost the only people I’ve ever met who have managed to make a long-term, long-distance relationship work, and somehow they seem to deserve their happiness all the more … Continue reading

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Make your mind up

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To me, to you

A former colleague of mine (and all-round splendid bloke) was leaving his job for a new life in Glasgow the other day, and someone asked if I wanted to scribble a picture for the little book they were putting together … Continue reading

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