David Rowe (Australia) says the tools he uses to create his cartoons have changed with the times. He used to draw with a pencil on beautiful German-made paper. "The paper discontinued so I moved on to watercolor." Rowe works partly from home and simply scans his paintings and "tarts it up" on Photoshop.
One of Rowe's artistic and satirical influences was the late Ronald Searle, the British artist and satirical cartoonist. Like Searle, Rowe's cartoons are like paintings. They're colorful and fill the entire frame. The pictures drip with emotion and expressions are exaggerated. ?This cartoon is about Trump,but we ignore him,please see more the excellent style of David!