Terry Mosher – His Creative Process for Cartooning



2002, Art & Design
Presented By: Terry Mosher

Political cartoonist Terry Mosher discusses his process when creating cartoons, “People look at a cartoon for an average of seven seconds, you have to make your point very quickly.” His main tactics to get his point across? Being outrageous at times and certainly surprising people to keep them coming back for more. Watch, as he shows us a selection of his cartoons, along with his favourite Canadian cartoon of all time.

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