How to Draw Cartoons > More examples of good and bad composition


Things went well at the office for Mr. Brown, but he has a bad feeling on the right side (not his appendix) as he goes up the steps.

Ah, yes, there's nothing wrong with Mr. Brown now as Rover bounds into the picture and saves the composition.






The Browns are glaring at each other-something has happened to destroy the harmony of their home.

No wonder! The table was in the wrong place.




Maybe Johnny thinks he's better off alone in this picture

- but we don't! (C'mon, Mom, let him have a cookie!)





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