The blog of Richard Thompson, caricaturist, creator of "Cul de Sac," and winner of the 2011 Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

Un Lavoro Bello II

And now for something completely different- Drawing a Funny Cartoon in 20 Steps, in Italian. My awe-filled thanks for this to Diego Ceresa, the indefatigable genius translator for several comic strips (including Cul de Sac) at Linus Magazine.


Anaïs Goldemberg said...

Hu hu hu !
It is so true !
(cough cough)

nolanart said...

Who da thunk it? It's even funnier in Italian!

Ted Dawson said...

Hilarious and honest! I laughed out loud. Then my wife came over and told me it is a real language. Now I'm a little confused.

Patrick said...

Mi piache!

Mike Lynch said...

This is a classic!

Revieved excellent news this afternoon: The local B&N just called. CdS:THE BOOK is in and waiting for me, they said.

Mike Lynch said...

Oops. I meant "received."

Stacy Curtis said...

So when your cartoons are translated into Italian, are you re-lettering them or is someone doing that for you?

Gianfranco Goria said...

Diego Ceresa is also one of our best letterists, here in Italy... :-)
See him and his work here:

BTW, Richard, I talked about your work today at Bye!