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  • 1. EDITORIAL CARTOONING (Paglalarawang Tudling or Kartung PangEditoryal)

2. Cartoon A drawing depicting a humorous situation, often accompanied by a caption. A drawing representing current public figures or issues symbolically and often satirically: a political cartoon. 3. Cartooning To draw a humorous or satirical representation of; caricature. To make humorous or satirical drawings. 4. Editorial Cartoon- also known as a political cartoon, is an illustration containing a commentary that usually relates to current events or personalities. 5. Editorial Cartoonist also known as a political cartoonist, is an artist who draws editorial cartoons that contain some level of political or social commentary. 6. Features of Cartoons Cartoons are created to convey messages about ideas and judgments that the cartoonist is making about people, events or institutions. The message may be light-hearted, humorous, mocking, savage or sympathetic. Each cartoon has a number of visual and language features that create the overall impression and help to communicate the message. These include the use of symbols, colour, caricature and stereotypes. 7. Symbols can be objects, signs, logos or animals that indicate ideas and feelings. Objects are often used as symbols to communicate ideas about people, places and mood or atmosphere. 8. Colors are often associated with ideas and feelings. 9. Caricature is a visual representation of a person (or group) in which some distinctive physical feature is deliberately exaggerated or over-emphasized. Caricatures are generally meant to be humorous and are often used to make fun of a person. 10. Stereotyping refers to forming a quick, superficial image of a group of people which is usually based on false or incomplete information. There are stereotypes of men, women, boys, girls, older people, teenagers, occupations, national and ethnic groups. Stereotyping implies a value judgment about a person or group and, because it can give a limited or over simplistic view of people, it is generally seen as undesirable. 11. Caricature it is a rendered image showing the features ofits subject in a simplified or exaggerated way. It is a description of a person using exaggeration of some characteristics. It is the satirical illustration of a person or a thing. It can be insulting or complimentary and can serve a political purpose or be drawn solely for entertainment. 12. Identify the following caricatures 13. Cartoon Emotions 14. Cartoon Ears 15. Cartoon Eyes 16. Cartoon Mouths 17. Caricatures of politicians are commonly used in editorial cartoons, while caricatures of movie stars are often found in entertainment magazines. 18. Criteria for Editorial Cartooning (Based on NSPC 2013) 19. 1.Technical ---------------------- 50 % Makes use of minimum number of labels Shows logical use of various sizes, dimensions, proportions of images Displays attractive use of shading and other techniques Utilizes witty, original and creative representation of ideas/ concepts on the issue given 20. 1.Content ---------------------- 40 % Presents clear, specific andhumorous angle on the issue/ topic given. Raises relevant , timely issues and concerns about the topic. Is in good taste, free from libelous, indecent and abstract ideas. Arouses interest and influences opinion of its readers Constructively criticizes and influences readers opinion. 21. 1.Ethics ------------------10 % Observes ethical and professional standards for print media on fairness, relevance, accuracy and balance; respectful of subjects rights Observe copyright laws