As I mentioned previously, I'm working through this book. I just started week 2, which is about single-panel cartoons.
The single-panel cartoons below are the culmination of the first two exercises in week two. The first exercise involves writing several sentences or phrases based on writing prompts provided by the author. The next exercise is drawing several pictures again based on specific prompts (something scary, something sad, etc...).
Then you take the phrases and pair them with the pictures to see what works together. Here are some of mine.
I don't know that any of these really knocked me out or made me laugh, but that's probably not the point. Mr. Brunetti says in this exercise, "Surprising, even unintended, things happen when we combine words and pictures."
I like reading single-panel comics, but I've never felt compelled to do them before now. I've already started trying more (to be seen soon-ish)
If you want to see some really good single-panel cartoons, you can check this guy out. He's a friend of a friend and he's pretty funny.