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Behind-the-Scenes: Elihu Duayer


After a hiatus of about six months, we are back with our series Behind-the-Scenes, visiting some of the cartoonists that recently joined us, taking a look at how they make cartoons.

In this edition we visit Elihu Duayer, an artist from Brazil. The cartoon we look at was made for our project 360 Degrees, and is about child labor.  Elihu: 'I believe the work process cartoonists everywhere is quite the same, the difference lies in the different coloring styles and techniques.' Take a look at his way of working in the slideshow below:


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nice ^__^

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