A drawing depicting a humorous situation, often accompanied by a caption.
A drawing representing present public numbers or problems symbolically and sometimes satirically: a political cartoon.
A preliminary design comparable in proportions into the work, particularly a fresco, this is certainly to-be copied from this.
An animated cartoon.
A comic strip.
A ridiculously oversimplified or stereotypical representation: criticized the star's portrayal of Jefferson as a historically inaccurate cartoon.
A humorous design, usually with a caption, or a strip of these drawings.
A drawing satirising present general public figures.
An artist's initial sketch.
An animated piece of movie which will be frequently although not solely funny.
A diagram in a scientific concept.
A design or study drawn of full size, to act as a model for transferring or copying; -- used in the generating of mosaics, tapestries, fresco pantings and the like.
a big pictorial sketch, as in a journal or magazine; esp. a pictorial caricature
identical to comic strip.
a motion photo composed of a number of frames, each being a photograph of a drawing instead of a frame produced by filming a scene of real action, and in that the objects tend to be displaced slightly in succeeding frames to be able to give the appearance of movement whenever projected as a motion photo in the display screen. The kinds of characters portrayed in such movies tend to be similar or just like those who work in a comic strip.
In art, a design of the same size as an intended design or structure to be executed in fresco, mosaic, or tapestry, and transferred from the strong report on which it is usually drawn either by reducing the figure and outlining it on top becoming decorated with a-sharp point, or, when it comes to a composition, by pricking, and pouncing with a bag of muslin filled up with charcoal-dust.
A picture, either a caricature or a symbolical structure, built to recommend or attack some governmental or other idea of present interest or some prominent individual: since, the cartoons of “Punch.”
Occasionally written carton.
a humorous or satirical drawing posted in a newspaper or magazine
a film made by photographing a few cartoon drawings to give the impression of movement whenever projected in quick series