Humphrey©, by Mark Wood
I'm pretty sure that pugs are the dogs which appears most often in cartoons. If you want to just find a suitable pug cartoon for a celebration, or learn to draw cartoon pugs or even realistic pugs you'll find plenty of opportunities.
Pug cartoon and realistic drawings
For techniques on drawing your own cartoon pugs checkout these two:
- On 'Art Project for Kids' you'll find How to Draw a Pug.
- On 'How 2 Draw Animals' you'll also find - How to Draw a Simple Pug and a Realistic Pug Head
- You can also find out how to draw a 'realistic pug' at 'Draggart'. See How to Draw a Realistic Pug.
Cartoons featuring Pugs
Some examples of cartoons that you might see in newspapers:
- Humphrey, the loveable little pug, is a popular cartoon strip produced by Mark Wood. Mark has been producing the cartoons since 2011 and you can look through the cartoons from that time on Humphrey's Pug Cartoon website and you can order a calendar for 2022. You can also sample some of the cartoons on our Humphrey page.
- 157 of Gemma features weekly cartoons by Gemma Gené from Barcelona of her pug Mochi and other characters including her husband Peli.
Please visit "Hug A Pug A Day" on Facebook and upload photos of your pug for everyone to admire. You can also suggest additions/omissions from this site and we will update it periodically.
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