Cartoon Quotes And Sayings

So? are you ready to read some of the most epic and inspirational Cartoon Quotes And Sayings? if yes than here is a greatest collection of them.

Cartoon Quotes And Sayings

“All cartoon characters and fables must be exaggeration, caricatures. It is the very nature of fantasy and fable.” – Walt Disney

“The world isn’t fair, Calvin.” “I know Dad, but why isn’t it ever unfair in my favor?” – Bill Watterson

“I just really love the cartoon form. I love the plasticity of it.” – Roz Chast

“I like physics, but I love cartoons.” – Stephen Hawking

“Weird, but sometimes I feel more like my cartoon character than I do Lizzie because she’s a little more edgy and snappy.” – Hilary Duff

“Cartooning is preaching. And I think we have a right to do some preaching. I hate shallow humor. I hate shallow religious humor, I hate shallow sports humor, I hate shallowness of any kind.” – Charles M. Schulz

“The wonderful thing about the cartoon form is it’s a combination of words and pictures. You don’t have to choose, and the contribution of the two often winds up being greater than the sum of its parts.” – Roz Chast

“Scientists need to invent a way to make DNA work like in cartoons.” – Ryan North

“I try to build a full personality for each of our cartoon characters – to make them personalities.” – Walt Disney

“If I’m not me, who am I. And If I’m somebody else, why do I look like me?” – Popeye the Sailor Man

“Making cartoons means very hard work at every step of the way, but creating a successful cartoon character is the hardest work of all.” – Joseph Barbera

“People have been murdered over cartoons. End of moral analysis.” – Sam Harris

“People will always consider me a cartoon character, a bimbo. They will never give me credit.” – Jessica Hahn

“If you want to be a cartoonist, live the life of a cartoonist.” – Oliver Gaspirtz

“George of the Jungle is a cartoon. He’s a guy who swings around on a vine all day. Are you not buying that?” – Brendan Fraser

“Grown ups’ could learn a lesson from watching cartoons.” – James Jean-Pierre

“I wanted to become a cartoon artist, a portrait artist, and an illustrator. This was my first idea.” – Karl Lagerfeld

“The animated cartoon has a lot to teach the writer, above all how to define characters and objects with a few strokes.” – Peter Mendelsund

“I am like a cartoon strip; I am like Donald Duck; everybody knows me in Italy.” – Roberto Benigni

“The fine-art world knows very little about the cartoon world.” – Robert Crumb

“When you do a cartoon based on news headlines, you do it based on incomplete information.” – Ted Rall

“If someone’s a cartoon villain, you can dismiss them, but if they behave despicably but you kind of like them, they really get under your skin.” – Michel Faber

“You never come home depressed from a cartoon job.” – Michael Horse

“I see our veterans as American heroes, not as cartoon characters.” – Blake Farenthold

“I had a great movement teacher – he showed me how to walk so I wasn’t becoming like a cartoon.” – John Leguizamo

“I just felt like there was a world of cartoon voices that had to be discovered by me.” – Tom Kenny

“I think it’s a novelty for cartoon characters to cross over into another strip or panel occasionally.” – Bil Keane

“Even if you’re drawing a cartoon and exaggerating, you want to capture something true about the person.” – David Horsey

“Well, we certainly weren’t making a cartoon show for kids. It was a completely different kind of idea.” – Dave Rowntree

“I love thinking of cartoon characters feeling really real feelings. And I love to do that, not just as a fan, but as a creator, so if people want to look for those levels, they’re actually there.” – Rebecca Sugar

“I can do a really high-pitched cartoon voice. Everybody always say they like that.” – Corbin Bleu

“I don’t wanna play this kind of cartoon character anymore.” – Billy Corgan

“My very first professional job was a cartoon, doing voices for the Mr. T cartoon in high school.” – Phil LaMarr

“My biggest regret is that I’ve assisted the media in making me into a cartoon character. I don’t regret what has happened to me, but I regret the way I have dealt with it.” – Megan Fox

“All I want is for people not to see me as this cartoon monster.” – Jack Abramoff

“It makes a lot of sense to me that I would be a cartoon. I feel like a cartoon as a person. I really, really do.” – Jenny Slate

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