I am fortunate to have a small room I use as an art studio, one size up from the lavatory.  It had become unusably cluttered.  In clearing it, I found an old notebook.  In the notebook is a story I wrote to read to my son when he was three.

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10 responses to “evolution

  1. “My kind will eat your kind in family sized buckets” – haha! Although clearly Squeak is selectively omitting the owl-mouse relationship…

    I love Cronk in the SNAP! panel, with his wavy mouth and bold teeth and shut eyes.

    • Most evident in the two where you are looking down on the back of the dinosaur from above and then the one where the mouse is sitting on the end of the dinosaur’s nose. Many artists forget these unique “other’ perspectives they can use when illustrating. I just thought that was really cool!

      • Thanks for explaining, and for commenting at all. It’s good to have feedback. I’ve done only a few graphic stories before but I think those unusual views work for me, I mean I like doing them. Ah, for more time to do more things …

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