I like to think I’m an expert on English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, and Spanish.
So when I came up with a character that I could use as a metaphor for an international incident, I didn’t just think it was cool.
The cartoon is all about what happens when your world goes wrong, when something bad happens, when a disaster happens.
The cartoon is a way of explaining something that happens in the world and drawing parallels to events.
It’s a way to show how, in our world, things are very complicated, but it’s also a way for us to communicate what’s going on in the real world.
I like the way the cartoon is framed.
The characters’ voices and gestures are meant to be understood in context, so the viewer is given a feeling of immersion.
The character’s actions are meant as a demonstration of what happens in a crisis.
I think the character speaks our language, the way it is said in English and French.
I have to say I like this character because it’s simple and straightforward.
I also like the look of the cartoon.
I’ve always wanted to draw something like this, but I’ve never gotten it.
In a way, it’s the perfect way to express a crisis, a problem that has gone too far.
It reminds us of how difficult it is to live in a world that’s too fragile.
That’s why I’ve drawn the cartoon and wanted to share it with you.
As you know, we’re in the midst of a natural disaster in Spain.
We’re facing a crisis of confidence, where people are becoming anxious.
So I thought, what better way to convey the crisis and its repercussions than with an illustrated cartoon?
To me, cartooning is about making things easy for people, so I wanted to try my best to do something with this cartoon that I can understand.
It is meant to evoke the feeling of being in a foreign country, but also to remind us that we live in the same world.
We live in this strange place where the world goes sideways.
I hope this cartoon inspires people to do the same.