Here are some more of the cartoonist sketch cards I was drawing while tabling at STAPLE! this year.
Monday, March 10, 2014
Once or twice while out fishing I have found myself in waters that were privately owned. It can be an easy mistake to make. Following the waterway downstream can occasionally lead me off the public park I was in and into someone's farmland without realizing. Looking up to notice barbed wire fencing along the shore is usually a good indicator it's time to turn back. A red faced farmer staring me down is another subtle hint I've gone a step or two too far.
Posted by Nate Bramble at 4:51 AM
Saturday, March 8, 2014
Friday, March 7, 2014
I occasionally go to trade shows and comic conventions to sell my work. In going to these shows I have encountered a great little trend, people collecting artist sketch cards, original sketches by exhibitors drawn on cards the size of trading cards. So, I always draw some while sitting at my table. I even sell a few here and there. Here is one I did just this past weekend down in Austin.
Posted by Nate Bramble at 4:54 AM
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Today's cartoon is ripped from the headlines, folks! That's right, unlike that pie-in-the-sky Amazon marketing stunt a few months back lakeside beer delivery by drone is a totally real thing. At least, it was until the FAA got wind of it. You can read an article all about it right here.
Posted by Nate Bramble at 4:46 AM
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Whenever I visit my local big box outdoor supplier and tackle shop I always run into displays for the latest technology in fishing excursion. I don't quite understand who would need as much high tech equipment to outsmart a fish as it does to send a robot to Mars, but it is always amusing to see.
Posted by Nate Bramble at 4:43 AM