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Friday, June 11, 1999 Published at 18:32 GMT 19:32 UK


Gren cartoons: Picture gallery

Welsh cartoonist Gren sees things differently, he says ''lets look at it and laugh at it".

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Gren sees his role as providing light-hearted opinion on the things he knows about best: rugby, Wales, and local politicians.

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He created the village of Aberflyarff, Nigel and Neville the message-bearing sheep, and countless other characters, which have made him an institution, even outside of Wales.

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Fans of Gren need not worry too much, he will be sketching at home.

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