Mister O's 2012 Cartoons

(If you like these cartoons, you will find some more interesting snake cartoons at The Snake Art Montage.
It's a collection of all sorts of snake-related paintings, cartoons, and so forth.)

(If you like the cartoons on this page, you will probably want to review my cartoon anthology at CARTOONS BY O'ROURKE.)

This site last modified on February 26, 2012.

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I actually made $3.25 for this cartoon.
This is a mixture of pencil, felt tip pens, and Crayola colored wooden pencils.
This is the first time I have circulated this cartoon on the internet.

This cartoon was part of the $3.25 deal I made on the cartoon just above this one.

An Oscar nominee waiting for the envelope to be opened.

I couldn't manage a drawing of a badger, so I drew myself trying to get an inspiration for a respectable drawing.

This unusual critter popped up in the cartoon factory, so Mister O popped in to take a closer look.

This is a pencil sketch with colors added by computer.

This is a pencil sketch of an otter.

A bulldog in a bad mood!

The architect who built this beagle's dog house never thought anyone would be thinking about Snoopy's dog house. This is an un-retouched drawing.

In the style of Christopher Hart

Inspired by a fat lady who appeard on local 
TV to plug the revival at her church.  Way too much mascara for the occasion.

As of today, Sam is still a friend; however, if he saw this cartoon. . .

In imitation of the great cartoonist Christopher Hart
A BIRD IN A HOLE

Real cobras are never silly!
A SILLY COBRA

Mostly drawn with my trusty Bic mechanical pencil, but the color was added by computer.
A BLUE-EYED SNAKE MYSTERIOUSLY APPEARS!
(This cartoon is from 2006, but I never published it before 2012.)

My duck-hunting friends ought to let me know if they think this cartoon is funny!
A DUCK IN HIDING

Sorry about the sloppy drawing of the hand holding the tomahawk.  No matter how much I practice, drawing hands is the hardest part of cartooning.
A TIGER IN SEARCH OF A MEAL


A STARTLED TIGER


A GLOOMY TIGER

Coloring the eyes blue helps create the illusion of three dimensions.
THE BLUE-EYED MAN

Notice how the hair is made of curving lines.
THE FRESH HAIRCUT


A DRAWING EXERCISE. (Try it if you dare!)

I read somewhere that some pythons hang from tree limbs near cave entrances.  Just waiting for a bat to get too close!
ANOTHER PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED CARTOON

I once met a guy named Clarence Selkirk.  He had a ball python in his bedroom.
ANOTHER PREVIOUSLY UNPUBLISHED CARTOON

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