Blog of cartoonist Terry Beatty. Terry's credits include THE BATMAN STRIKES, MS. TREE and SCARY MONSTERS magazine. Recent work includes THE ADVENTURES OF UNEMPLOYED MAN, RETURN TO PERDITION and King Features' THE PHANTOM. This blog is devoted to his work and whatever pop culture imagery he finds of interest. Visit his website at www.terrybeatty.com
Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Pocket Cartoon Course
Here, in its entirety is the 1943 "Pocket Cartoon Course" from the "Snack-Pack" company (whatever that was) of Indianapolis. Already a bit old-fashioned looking for the '40s, it's still a cool cartoon item. Mailed in a little cardboard folder, this entire course is printed on one folded page. The art style seems familiar -- but I don't know who created this. I'd love to know who the artist is, should anyone out there know. Click on the panels to see them at a more readable size.
Posted by Terry Beatty at 6/16/2009 10:29:00 PM
Labels: Art instruction, Cartoon course
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My guess is it Andrew Loomis...
The creator was Kuhn, Charles Harris, 1892-1989,
According to: http://osu.pastperfect-online.com/37573cgi/mweb.exe?request=record&id=8B258A16-AD85-4DE7-B6F9-598950034748&type=101
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