Thanks to LauraH for photo.
I managed to get a pic of the Dennis pages in question that show the tipp-ex and paste-overs quite well... take a look! Peter, you can copy this on your blog if you like. I have a lot more pics from my trip to Dundee, I'll put them up on the web ASAP.
Davy Law sure was great!
Taken from the 1961 Beano book.
We are so used to things all looking the same (everything looking like what its meant to look like...not too cartooney) to the untrained eye they might say its scribberly, untidy and rushed. His style is unique and that is what make it fun. Also a lot harder to draw like this than you think. Why should everything look the same! Theres a lot of fun in this drawing.
Rolf Harris in his Your Cartoon time book showed two picture drawn by him
Action is more important! I learnt a lot from that lesson. The CGI cartoons are very polished and nice looking have great voices But are as dead as a dodo....look at an advert with a cgi character hardly any movement....your lucky to get a blink.
So is a well drawn character better..or an action character not so well drawn.
I'm on Rolf side!