Happy Fry-Day by Brian Cox

On his blog, illustrator Brian Cox describes the process to make a T-shirt design, including some step-by-step pictures as well as his techniques and materials.

Inking detail



Printing and binding the handouts helps to use them as quick reference
There are plenty of handouts out there. From time to time, servers fall down and the copies are lost in cyberspace, so I reccommend to download (so you can check them in a tablet) or print (bind them together as a reference/morgue file) those useful resources:


Sam Gross

One thing I tell young cartoonists: a magazine is like going out on a date, and a book is like getting married. If you’re going out on a date, you don’t need a lawyer. If you’re doing a book, you get a lawyer

Sam Gross
Via Mike Lynch blog, a podcast with cartoonist Sam Gross.


Hello, world

Hello world

My name is Jose M. Bielza and I'm a moonlightning cartoonist from Madrid, Spain.You can see some samples of my work here (spanish) and here (english).

After more than 600 posts in my blog in spanish about Cartooning Resources I realized most of the material I collect comes from english sources. So, why not starting an english blog?

This is a blog about free cartoonig resources. That is tips, tools, materials, tutorials, books, videos, examples... whatever you would need either if you are a pro, a moonlightning, an amateur or a humble aficionado of this form of Art. I post my own material as well as links to other resources that are available in multiple internet places (copyright owners still hold their rights, of course).