This week’s Inside the Cartoonist’s Studio features cartoonist Roy Schneider of The Humble Stumble! Here are his answers:
1) If you were to cast a movie entirely with cartoon characters, what movie would it be and who would star in it?
It would be a remake of The Marx Brothers’ “Horse Feathers,” and the cast would have to be as follows:
Groucho Marx: Bugs Bunny (as if there was any other possibility)
Chico Marx: Tony, the Italian restauranteur from Disney’s “Lady and the Tramp”
Harpo Marx: Joe from the comic strip “The Humble Stumble”
Zeppo Marx: Elmer Fudd… Absolutely
Ditzy College Widow: Betty Boop
2) You’re a syndicate editor launching a new comic strip. What’s the worst possible title you can think of?
“The Humble Stumble”
3) A light bulb over a cartoon’s head signifies an idea, while a string of random characters denotes swearing. Invent a new cartooning icon and what it means.
A slice of cheese over a cartoon character’s head, which would signify they’d like some cheese.
Thanks for the cheesy answers Roy! Check out The Humble Stumble!