One of the Development milenium goals is to promote gender equality. I got an idea for a cartoon and I hope someone could help me make my idea turn into a cartoon. Here it goes; My idea for the cartoon is that the symbols for female and male get together to become one with the meaning of equality. So instead of 2 symbols it turns into one. And in the new drawn symbol you can see a man and a women who are together and are happy. Could some nice cartoonist help me and make my idea happen? Thank you very much in advance! :)
This depics the issue of overproducing food in the Western world vs a food crisis in Africa. If we can balance the two, there would be no world hunger or obesity so everybody is pleased.
Note: this is not a professoinal drawing. can someone who's a cartoonist please make something nice out of this subject?
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Water is essential for living. But even with that knowledge there are still allot of companies dumping their trash in open water. That open water is often the only water source for people and animals living in that area. Fish and waterlife are killed by this pollution.
Unfortunately nature always seems to lose the battle with capitalism.
(I'm sorry; the quality of this sketch is not that high) People give money to organisations, and think it will be spent in a good way. But while the money is in someones hands, the money is just getting less and less for the poor. You see the organisations use the money, then the boss of the poor country gets it, and to keep on the crown or the title as President, he has to please his ministers with money too, so when they finally give the money to the citizens it's almost nothing.
Could someone edit and improve this sketch and turn it into a cartoon, please? Thanks in advance!
This sketch is about how people in poor countries would be very happy with something someone in a richer country wouldn't be happy with at all. For example; When you give a child in Afrika a piece of bread they would be very happy with it but when you give that to a child in a richer country you will probably hear that child say: " where is my butter and cheese and my Coca-Cola Diet"?
I hope that i have given a good example and that my idea of this soon to be cartoon will be used and that someone is eager to help my make a cartoon.
This sketch is about corruption. The UN "eats" from the money that actually belongs to the developing countries. They give those countries just a little money.
Could somebody, edit and improve this sketch, and turn it into a cartoon? Thanks in advance.
My sketch is supposed to be someone from Europe who is wasting time (Can also be UN, actually should be, and he should be doing something that makes time go shorter, like a game of chess). Then you see the african boy who is standing in the desert painting a picture in the sand, sorry that i'm not such a good photoshopper/painter (although i did use photoshop). The image of africa could also be a class outside in the dessert with 100 children and only one teacher. Some cartoonist should make a cartoon of it, cause I obviously can't. Btw the line on the top is the timeline.
After getting fired, 23 year old Jonnys life is just beginning. With the help of his two slacker friends, Ray and Ezekiel, he discovers there is more to life than the 9am-5pm rat race. Jonny finds out that joining the millions of unemployed is not how the newspapers or the media have potrayed it.
Sarah Palin drew a map during the NOV. campaign with cross hairs of Democratic candidates that 'should be taken out' I decided it was time to update my old Sarah Palin bomb hair turbin cartoon after I read her "Conservatives, don't retreat RELOAD" tweet
Because to a hammer everything looks like a nail.
Now that we've made it through the first decade of the twenty first century the time has come to find a solution to the global addiction to fossil fuel. Addictions by their very nature are destructive and in the case of oil the amount of bloodshed that has resulted from the quest to control the source should be enough to motivate forward thinking nations to find alternatives that are as safe for the environment as they are for the well being of the human race.