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You won’t last long as a cartoonist if you fail to produce what you say you will. Pitfalls There are a lot more people longing to be cartoonists than there are cartoon strips in newspapers and magazines. The field is competitive, and even after you break in, it’s likely that you won’t earn very much money right away. Moreover, the nature of the job means that once someone has hired you to supply cartoons, you’ll face continual deadlines. Perks If you enjoy drawing and you’re creative and imaginative, you’re likely to find that being a cartoonist is extremely enjoyable.
They run a series of classes all year on virtually every subject you can think of,” Newman says. “I was flattered to be asked and over 100 people came to my last seminar. ” Despite his enthusiastic following, Newman began to worry that some fans assumed that any puzzle with his byline would be just as difficult as the Saturday Stumper. So he started signing his daily puzzles as “Anna Stiga” or “Sally R. ” But his fans got wise to both pen names. They’re really the only parts of Newman’s puzzles that are easy to figure out.
Los Angeles has film stars all over the place. , has all the nation’s major political figures and an endless social calendar. New York is the nation’s media capital, home to the major television networks and publishing houses. It’s also a major performing arts center and has countless celebrities living there or just passing through. So a business executive who’d fly below the social radar in New York might be a regular in Christopher’s column. “We don’t have Madonna or Britney Spears coming through town,” he says.