I can't share too many Washington Post cartoons here. I have to respect the paywall, it's how I get paid. But here's the ink version of today's cartoon.
[I will be showing process pics below many of my drawings here. ]
Two weeks before I drew my now infamous cartoon of Trump and migrants crossing the river, Nick Anderson of CounterPoint took me on as one of his cartoonists. CounterPoint provides something that is rare these days- balanced opinion and a lot of fearless cartoons.
If it wasn't for Nick taking me on I wouldn't be working for the Washington Post today.
I owe a great deal of gratitude to both Nick, Kal Kallaugher and everybody at Counterpoint, including the people behind the scenes and the other cartoonists. Everybody chips in. It's like no other thing I've experienced.
Look forward to continuing to work with you.