Wednesday, March 22, 2006

One Night





Vaguely ideogrammatic, this one is screaming for a vector-art treatment.

Kinda' Chris Ware-ish again, or maybe Richard McGuire. Have you read his story, ctrl, in that McSweeny's book? You should.

Rachelle laughed at this comic.

10 comments:

Neil said...

These pages are great on so many levels! I'm totally going to have to analyze them closer for their structural features...

Neal said...

the N(e/i)ls agree!

Excellent sketch, I does deserve to be made vector.

Tymmi said...

Thanks.
Yeah, I think a spiffing-up of this one is definitely on my list.

9Quail said...

I didn't know Rachelle could pee while standing up. She has so many hidden talents!

beardy-Beard Beard said...

Yeah, right, like the man in this story would read a book with all text and the woman would read one with pictures.

beardy-Beard Beard said...

I need a long sketchbook like that one, for my Lincoln studies.

Tymmi said...

"Yeah, right, like the man in this story would read a book with all text and the woman would read one with pictures."

This is no mere story, my friend. The information in this pictographic narrative is 100% true and factual, guaranteed to have actually happened just this way.


Except the parts I made up.

Wifey said...

'Tis true "Beard". I confess. The woman in this story was originally drawn playing an electronic, hand-held Solitaire game. This is what actually occured on that night. The woman in the drawing was pissed that the man drew her playing a simple game rather than reading. I, I mean "she", told him to at least draw her reading a magazine, so as not to appear completely unintelligent and unproductive. The man complied and all is well with the world.

So what if I play Solitaire nightly?! I do read too, damn it!

Wifey said...
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Wifey said...

Oh, and I don't normally pee standing up, but I didn't want Tim to draw me sitting on the toliet. Plus, we both thought it would be funnier this way. And it is.

My other hidden talents remain undrawn...

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