Bill Roundy’s ‘Bar Scrawl’ — how he does it

The method behind our bartoonist’s awesomeness

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Bill Roundy is out of town this week, but he was kind enough to leave us with this illustrated reenactment of the time-consuming “Bar Scrawl” process.

Updated 5:36 pm, July 9, 2018
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SwampYankee from ruined Brooklyn says:
Yes.....everyone has a mustache, and a beard, and a tattoo sleeve and lots of them have hats, sometimes woolly hats in July, and Buddy Holly birth control glasses and eat cureulty free, gluten free, roof top grown, organic, vegan, freegan, sustainable cardboard, and they all drink only the finest coffee, and they all clog up those coffee shops because they are all unpaid intern "writer" bloggers on their $4,000 loaded MacBook Pros and they all talk about ART ART ART ART ART ART and the drinks are way over priced. $10 for a drink IS NOT NORMAL!!! I love your cartoons, but yes ..."they are all the same". If you want to see something different head to a bar without transplants. As my mom used to say: "if you are looking for a trout, don't fish in a herring barrel"
Oct. 7, 2012, 5:25 pm
Kitty from Park Slope says:
That was definitely a refreshing true Brooklynite posting above! REFRESHING! .. Thank u!
Oct. 8, 2012, 12:22 am
steve from manhattan says:
this is great!
Oct. 23, 2012, 9:52 am

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