Steve Stegelin’s Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio

Steve Stegelin’s Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio

Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio I recently had a couple new prospective projects arise, and they both reminded me of the importance in diversifying one’s portfolio. It’s easy enough to fall into a pigeonhole, based on one’s own style and experience. My...
Steve Stegelin’s Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio

Steve Stegelin’s Keep Ahead to Keep Up

Keep Ahead to Keep Up Last week I discussed how “life comes at you fast,” so you need to be flexible and reactive. Think of this week’s post as the flipside of that same coin. One way to roll with the punches to your schedule or projects is to also be proactive when...
Steve Stegelin’s Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio

Steve Stegelin’s They Give Awards to Imposters, Don’t They?

They Give Awards to Imposters, Don’t They?   Just as comic books have several awards, including the Oscar-equivalent of the Eisner, editorial cartoons have a number of opportunities for recognition outside of the Pulitzer. Being the latter half of the year, it’s now...
Steve Stegelin’s Avoiding the Pigeonhole in Your Portfolio

Steve Stegelin’s All a-Twitter

All a-Twitter I’ve written in the past about how a frequent benchmark for an editorial cartoonist is either making the reader laugh or making them angry. Based on that, I must be doing a fantastic job, because the latter was rampant in Twitter responses this week....