Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Cartoon montage: It's all about the Benjamins

Here's an excerpt from a cartoon I drew recently for a business magazine. It was a last-minute decision to use a real image of a banknote and I think it, er, paid off as it works quite well.

It was for an international magazine, hence the use of a "Benjamin" rather than a British banknote. This kind of thing is quick and easy to do these days, thanks to Google Images and Photoshop. I had to tamper with the banknote a bit, making the "100" bigger and clearer. I hope this doesn't mean I'm going to jail?

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  1. Ah! I see what you mean now. Benjamin Franklins is it?
    I was trying to work out the rhyming slang ... a la Ayrton Sennas, Ladies and Commodores.

    And no, you won't be going to jail.

  2. Yo, you gotta get with the lingo, Clive. Not sure they do rhyming slang in America.

    Relief on the jail thing. I'm too good-looking ;-)



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