How to write a great cartoon

An expert on the psychology of cartooning explains how to get a cartoonist to do what you want.

By Wendy R. ShuklaA cartoonist’s job is to create compelling imagery that can be shared across a wide variety of media, but sometimes that image has to be delivered in a way that makes the viewer think twice.

An expert on psychology at Stanford University says the process is more complex than that and it’s best to get creative.

Nurse cartoonist Wendy R ShukLAKEPORT, Conn.

(AP) An expert in psychology says the best way to write captivating cartoon art is to get the cartoonist out of his comfort zone.

That’s why Wendy Shuklah is the author of the book, How to Write a Great Cartoon.

The book tells the cartoonists’ stories, which are then put into cartoons that are meant to be shared widely.

The title is a play on words.

In a word, cartooning is art.

It’s drawing.

It’s a craft, it’s a way of communicating.

But it’s also a creative act.

Wendy R, Shukllah is a clinical psychologist who studies cartooning.

In her latest article, Shlach says the first step to getting a cartooned image right is to understand the artist.

She says cartoonists are human beings.

So they have a sense of humor, they have the ability to relate to others, and they’re often creative in their expression of those traits.

She says it’s important to understand that a cartoon is a work of art.

The word cartoon comes from the French word “cartoon,” which means to make, draw, or make art.

In Shlac’s words, the artist can be a cartoon writer, a cartoon artist, or a cartoon editor.

She also suggests that cartoons can be read as stories or as metaphors.

In one, a woman is on the brink of death when she sees a man she has never met before.

She’s distraught.

He’s on her side.

It says something about how she feels about the world and herself.

And so she decides to make a cartoon.

Shlach suggests a lot of cartoonists use their imagination.

It can be very easy to get lost in your own little world.

Shlak says there are many ways to do that, but in this case, she says it starts with a look at what’s important.

She suggests asking, What are the most important things in life?

And if the answer is, Well, life is important, then the cartoon can serve as a guide to what you should do in life.

Shuklah says the key to understanding the artist is to think of a cartoon as a metaphor.

So in the first cartoon, we have the story of the woman mourning for her friend who has passed away, but it’s all very serious and it could easily be interpreted as a call for help.

But what we’re really seeing is an artist looking at a problem that’s being solved.

Shlamac says there’s a great difference between a cartoon that tells a story and one that’s meant to illustrate a point.

For example, a story is not intended to be a lesson.

It doesn’t want to be.

If we’re trying to teach someone, it is a metaphor to show them what we are trying to convey.

So if the story was telling a lesson, the cartoon could be a way to convey that.

She adds that a good cartoonist can make an impression by taking the time to think about the message he or she is trying to tell.

She explains that the best cartoonists have a great sense of humour and they don’t take themselves too seriously.

The cartoon is not supposed to be serious.

So it’s really about telling a joke, a way for the viewer to get caught up in the story, not the cartoon.

The most important thing, Shlamac said, is to have a clear idea of what’s going on in the world, but that you’re drawing for the audience to enjoy.

So the key is to let them see you do it.