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Episode: Cartooning class is now in session with your instructor, Ivan Brunetti! (Intervi
Podcast: Mr. Media
Veröffentlicht: vor 6 Jahren, am 26.05.2011 um 13:50
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Like a lot of kids, I once daydreamed about becoming a cartoonist.

Back at North Brunswick Township High School in Central New Jersey, I was fortunate enough to have the same art teacher, Fred Arnott, from junior high straight on through high school. He had once been an animator on the original ?Beany and Cecil? cartoons in the 1960s and well recognized that same desire in me and my classmates.

Just one problem: I couldn?t draw.

Mr. Arnott used to tell me, ?You?ve got great ideas,? which translated into, ?It?s a shame you couldn?t draw a straight line with a T-square and somebody else holding the pencil for you.?

But still I dreamed.

Now I have an almost 15-year-old daughter who can draw, so I?m always on the lookout for ways to help her along. She has her own Mr. Arnott in the form of high school art teacher Mark Runge. But I frequently take advantage of this forum to gain more ideas and knowledge for her where possible.

That is the real reason I?ve invited college professor Ivan Brunetti as my guest today. His new book, Cartooning: Philosophy and Practice, is literally a 15-week master course in the art, grown from his practical experience teaching at the University of Chicago and Columbia College Chicago. In a mere 88 pages, Brunetti dispenses exactly what the title promises: philosophy and practice, alongside some really cool illustrations and exercises.

Brunetti?s work has graced the cover and insides of The New Yorker and appeared in the New York Times Magazine and McSweeney?s. He also created two indie comics titles, Schizo and Misery Loves Comedy.

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IVAN BRUNETTI audio excerpt: "One of the challenges with teaching comics is you have so many different roads you can take... all these different aesthetics and links. But I think there is a common language underneath it that is visual storytelling." 

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You can LISTEN to this interview with cartoonist IVAN BRUNETTI, author of CARTOONING: PHILOSOPHY AND PRACTICE, by clicking the audio player above!

Bob Andelman is the author or co-author of 12 books, including 'The Consulate' with Thomas R. Stutler, 'The Profiler' with Pat Brown, 'Built From Scratch' with the founders of The Home Depot, 'The Profit Zone' with Adrian Slywotzky, 'Mean Business' with Albert J. Dunlap, and 'Will Eisner: A Spirited Life.'

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