Looking for graphics for your blog? ToonClipArt is your fun resource.
Are you looking for that one graphic that will paint a picture and help your blog readers smile, chuckle or just burst out in laughter? I love to use cartoons in my blogs to get a point across. If I'm writing about a deal where the other side of the deal was out of control, yelled at me over the phone (and it happens) or was just down right psychotic in response to a challenge, I'll use a cartoon to demonstrate it in a humorous way and to show the absurdity of the situation. ToonClipArt helps me do that.
The cartoon paints a picture of the situation and the intensity of it without going into detail. You easily get the picture. We've all been there with the hyped up colleague who needs an anger management class.
What about those times when you're writing about a great deal that went smoothly and the clients were over the moon with their home purchase? Everything went great and now it's time to celebrate. You might use a man skipping for joy or a couple dancing. ToonClipArt has them all. As a matter of fact, it would be hard to have a situation that ToonClipArt doesn't have a cartoon for, and I have a feeling that if you can't find one, Ron Leishman will create one.
I've been a subscriber to ToonClipArt for a number of years and I almost always find that perfect cartoon that will help me get my point across. Ron Leishman is the founder and chief cartoon wizard at ToonClipArt and ToonaDay.com. ToonaDay, the sister site to ToonClipArt, was started in April 1996, and it offers a fresh cartoon everyday. I love seeing the email show up each day because I know I'm going to smile when I see the cartoon. ToonaDay is a free service Ron provides for those who subscribe to the site.
Ron has a wicked funny sense of humor and his cartoons show that. When he was young, he wanted to be Canadian Mountie. Sadly, he learned that they really don't ride around on horses everyday, and they don't always wear those spiffy red jackets like you see on a Dudley Do-Right cartoon. So, he took the natural progression and became a cartoonist.
If I want to take the sting out of a situation that was intense, I'll use a cartoon to demonstrate the point. If I want to help people see the humor in a situation, I'll use a cartoon. If I want to emphasize a point, I'll use a cartoon, and ToonClipArt provides the tools to get it done. If you're looking for fun amusing graphics for your blog, I challenge you to Toon into ToonClipArt, subscribe and let the laughter begin. Your readers will love it, and your giggle meter will be off the scale.