Daryl Talbot's Cowboy Cartoons #2

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Overview
Horses, pickup trucks, ropin', and relationships are just some of the topics in this entertaining series of cowboy cartoons. Horses are often jealous of pickup trucks, while wives are often jealous of the horses! At the rodeo and on the ranch, the opportunities for mishaps abound, providing humorous results. With his many life experiences and his vivid imagination to draw on, Talbot has again created a series of memorable cowboy cartoons to delight readers of all ages. Daryl Talbot is a native of Oklahoma, and is proud of his Choctaw Indian and Western heritage. He is a graduate of Oklahoma State University, where he worked as a staff artist and consultant while attending school. Talbot began his professional cartooning career while serving in the U.S. Marines during the Vietnam era. This service was followed by a hitch in the Navy as an illustrator and cartoonist, where he won awards for his cartoons. From 1990 to 1992, he exhibited and drew cowboy and cowgirl cartoons for rodeo fans and contestants of the National High School Finals Rodeo. This was followed by drawing board support of the new Shawnee, Oklahoma, based International Finals Youth Rodeo, an annual event held for the rodeo youth of the United States and Canada. In 1993, Talbot was invited to exhibit his work with a group of professional cowboy cartoonists, Cowboy Cartoonists International, in Cody, Wyoming.
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ISBN: 9781565542228
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Pelican Publishing
Date:
State: Texas
Series: Daryl Talbot
Images: 25
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 8 (w) x 5.5 (h)
Author
Daryl Talbot is also the author of Daryl Talbot's Cowboy Cartoons and Daryl Talbot's Cowboy Cartoons, #3 , both of which are published by Pelican. He currently lives between Shawnee and Tecumseh, Oklahoma. He enjoys his life with his family-his wife Theresa, their two sons, four horses, three dogs, and numerous cats. He is also an active participant in rodeos with the Tecumseh Roundup Club.