Other cartoonists seek solidarity in cartoonist's associations, but McLachlan shudders at the idea. "Miserable people, most of them," he says. "Once I've finished drawing I'd rather play football or cricket."
As a result, nobody has any idea of the curious mental process by which his mind can invent so delightfully unusual a take on the subject of a boar's bladder. As he never asks himself such questions, neither does he. "If I knew it would probably stop."
He's critical about his drawing skills, despite the fact he is one of the few cartoonists for whom Punch can find the space for a full-page drawing.Reuse content