Terry Mosher draws under the name “Aislin” to publish his cartoons in the Montreal Gazette. He and his dog wake up super early and get to the drawing board around 4 or 5 in the morning.
Mosher is known for his boldly drawn political statements. But how exactly does he manage to transfer those abstract ideas into such biting, caustic cartoons? It begins with a routine. With pen in hand and dog at side, Terry Mosher is basically done by 9 AM.
His process is ordered and precise. His routine is disciplined. He stresses the importance of having a clear idea in your mind before any work can really get done. This is great advice for any artist.
All you art lovers and illustrators should see what Terry has to say about drawing, and then take a look at more of his award-winning work.