Exhibit: Zim’s Cartoons and Caricatures Part Three

Zims Cartoons and Caricatures

This is the third of four posts where we plan to post a complete set of high resolution scans of Zim’s Cartoons & Caricatures, or Making The World Laugh (1910). These 100 pages are packed with great cartoons, helpful drawing tips, technical information and business advice for the aspiring cartoonist. Most importantly, Zim passes along his unique philosophy of life, and offers a shining example of how an artistic career as a caricaturist can be incorporated into a person’s lifestyle. At the time this book was written, Zim had thirty years of experience under his belt, and had attained the highest level in his field. For more information, see the Zim Jump Page.

Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures
Zims Cartoons and Caricatures




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Animation Resources in association with Imagekind is proud to present a collection of fine art prints representing some of Eugene Zimmerman’s finest work. Produced on demand from high resolution archival scans, these prints are of sufficient quality to be printed all the way up to poster size without any image degradation. These stone lithographs look spectacular reproduced large as glicee prints. Visit the Zim Gallery at Imagekind to see all the available images.


Stephen Worth
Director
Animation Resources

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This posting is part of a series of articles comprising an online exhibit devoted to Eugene “Zim” Zimmerman.

4 Responses to “Exhibit: Zim’s Cartoons and Caricatures Part Three”

  1. Eddie Fitzgerald says:

    Thanks for posting these terrific Zim pages! Your site together with John K's amounts to a free online art school for cartoonists!

  2. Michael Hodsdon says:

    Really fantastic. Over 100 years later and this is still great information. Steve, can you recommend any good books to learn more technical info on using the proper media? I’ve always just scribbled #2 pencils on whatever scraps of paper I had handy. I finally got some proper paper and pencils and notice a big difference. I’d like to try some ink and wash stuff. Again, thank you for posting these.

  3. This stuff is gold! Are the next 25 pages of his book going to be posted anytime soon?

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