G.I. Joe and his lineup of soldiers are some of the most famous cartoon soldiers. Marvel's Captain America is another famous soldier. Bill Mauldin, a cartoonist during World War II, drew many comic strips of unnamed cartoon soldiers and the appearances of these soldiers are considered very well-known.Continue Reading
G.I. Joe was initially a toy line featuring four soldiers, one from each branch of the U.S. Armed Forces. In 1985 G.I. Joe became a cartoon. In the cartoon, Joe would lead his team against the evil Cobra team. Although the original show was cancelled, several different versions of it have been made. There have also been several G.I. Joe movies.
Captain America is a fictional soldier set in World War II who was given a serum to turn him into a physically perfect human being. He was in several different shows where he was the main character. He also appeared in episodes of Spider-Man, X-Men and other Marvel shows. Captain America also has several of his own movies and is a main character in the film "The Avengers."
Bill Mauldin's iconic soldiers, on the other hand, were drawn as sad and dirty men. He tried to capture the brutality of war in his comic strips. Occasionally, the cartoons would have humorous undertones as well.Learn more about Comics & Anime
Free methods for creating cartoons include using the websites GoAnimate, Wideo.co, Dvolver, Voki, and Digitalfilms.com. These websites allow creation of cartoons in various styles. Other websites that can enable this include ToonDoo, Bitstrips, and Powtoon.Full Answer >
Cartoon images are available online from CartoonStock, Dreamstime and Shutterstock. CartoonStock claims to have the largest cartoon image database in the world, as of 2015.Full Answer >
Famous monkey cartoon characters include Abu from "Aladdin," Boots from "Dora the Explorer," Curious George from "Curious George," and Rafiki from "The Lion King." Technically, apes are not monkeys, but there are also several prominent cartoon apes, including Mojo Jojo (a chimpanzee) from "The Powerpuff Girls," King Louie (an orangutan) from "The Jungle Book," and Darwin (a chimpanzee) from "The Wild Thronberrys."Full Answer >
To learn to draw cartoon teeth, study the shape of teeth, and observe their placement in the mouth, sketch practice teeth and stylize or exaggerate the teeth as necessary to match the style of the cartoon. While looking at photographs or models for reference, break the teeth down into basic shapes, and look at how they fit together inside the mouth. Understanding mouth anatomy helps you draw teeth that complement the rest of your cartoon.Full Answer >