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Joining me on this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast is Joe Wos. Joe is a cartoonist and the creator of the popular Maze Toons. He tells us how he got started doing mazes, how he created a wold-record size maze, and what it's like being a syndicated cartoonist. Enjoy!
Daryll Collins joins me on this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast. Daryll is a successful cartoonist and humorous illustrator who's work has appeared around the world. He tells us about how he got started in cartooning, how the industry has changed over the years, and how his Saturday morning cartoon ritual influenced his work.
It's been one year since the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast started! Join me as I highlight some outrageous mess ups, great guest advice, and fill you in on a fun way to listen to the podcast.
It's been a special year, so it deserved this special episode. Enjoy!
In this special episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I head over to the New York Comic Con. You'll hear about some of the sites I saw, plus I head over to New York AnimeFest for a bit. Unfortunately, my own awkwardness prevented me from getting any in-person interviews. I think you'll still enjoy this episode and I promise to do a better job next year. :)
On this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I have a chat with Buck Jones. Buck is a humorous illustrator and cartoonist living in Des Moines, Iowa. You'll hear how he got started in cartooning, what his studio is like, and all about his new puppy. And, as an extra bonus, you'll get to hear me mispronounce "Des Moines." Nifty.
Des Moines, Iowa
Find Buck on Instagram: @BuckyJonesIllustration
Dip pens have been around for a long time. In this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I fill you in on the old-timey pen nibs I use for my cartooning. You'll learn a bit of history, what my favorite pen nibs are, and some tips for using them. If you’re a cartoonist who likes to produce their work by hand, you’ll find this interesting. No foolin’.
This episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast features my conversation with cartoonist Frank Hansen. Frank is based in Los Angeles, California and lets us in on his life growing up in Reno, Nevada, what inspires him for his work, and his favorite celebrity encounter. It's another fascinating peek into the world of an awesome cartoonist and I know you'll enjoy this one!
Find Frank Hansen on Instagram: @fmhansen
One of my favorite things in the world is dumplings! In this episode of the Cartoon Dumpling Podcast, I let you know about a wonderful restaurant in New York called Hangawi. You'll learn why sometimes dumplings are more than just dumplings and how I really feel about Penn Station. Enjoy!
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Hangawi Restaurant NYC