Tag Archives: rugby
Snow days are a mixed blessing for cartoonists. On the one hand, snow provides plenty of comedy and artistic potential, so there’s great scope for cartoons. On the other hand there are snowmen to be built and snowballs to be … Continue reading
Here are a few of the 20 or so caricatures I recently drew for a cousin’s rugby-themed wedding. Each table was named after a member of the Welsh grand-slam winning squad of 2012.
Possibly the toughest part of creating a weekly rugby comic strip is the off-season. Trying to put a new spin on transfer rumours, shirt announcements and rugby withdrawal blues. Which is why this week’s a time for celebration – competitive … Continue reading
It seems that someone somewhere takes notice of my little North Stand strips. Here’s last Sunday’s (20/11/11) strip: …and here’s an interview that appeared on the BBC website yesterday (24/11/11). First question to Rob Andrew “What do you actually do?” … Continue reading
“The greatest calendar in the history of the world ever.” “So funny, I laughed a sprout out of my nose and I don’t even eat sprouts.” “Intensely rich and aromatic.” …are some quotes that may well be made about the … Continue reading
Inspired by a quote from England flanker Tom Croft claiming that under-fire manager Martin Johnson should not be axed beacause he’s “A great figurehead for England rugby”, I whipped up this editorial cartoon for the Rugby Paper this week, along … Continue reading
Dyma clip fach ohonai o cwpl o fisoedd yn ol ar raglen Wedi 3 yn siarad am yr ysbrydolaeth tu ol i fy stribed cartwn rygbi ‘North Stand’ – sef cae rygbi San Helen, yn Abertawe. Dyma fe. (A recent … Continue reading