If you ask a stupid question, you get a stupid answer.
Or if you ask a question that’s engineered to get the answer ‘NO’, then you get the answer ‘NO.’
And most of your education, my education, and everything we’ve learned is engineered around getting a negative answer.
But what if we changed the question?
What if your answer could simply not be negative?
So what if I changed the question to: Can you write the letters of the alphabet?
Your answer is: Sure, I can.
Well, then you can draw cartoons.
Your kids can draw cartoons.
Your grandma who’s ninety-seven years old can draw cartoons.
But where’s the proof?
Have a look here. Learn how to draw outstanding cartoons (even if you can't draw a straight line)