Thursday, December 29, 2011

Final Comic From LAURA

Laura sends us her final comic from out of town.   I think she is trying to say something about our  age difference.

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Laura's sixth comic

We can all agree that she is deeply disturbed, right?

Laura just left town and this is her first comic from "on the road".  

Comic Number 5

Laura has stepped up her game this time with a horror comic loosely based on a bit I did around halloween. To see that bit, go here.

Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Laura's Fourth Comic

Laura finished yesterday's comic late last night.  Let's hope she gets a  head start on today's.  Only three more to  go before her commitment is fulfilled,.

Surreality is starting to settle in here.

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Laura's third comic.

Qs the days go forward. Less and less work seems to be going into these comics.

Laura's second comic

This comic arrived in the middle of the night. Just over the note. It still counts thought be use she worked om it during Christmas eve and we all know how special that is for the Jews.

Friday, December 23, 2011

Victor Comic No. 1

As promised, after winning the bet.  Laura must publish a comic starring me every day for a week.  Here is the first one.

The Napkin Game

My favorite game to play in a bar is The Napkin Game, as I call it.  Honestly I cam up with it as a way to get to know a date and be charming and creative all at the same time.  Now that I have a serious girlfriend, i am passing this game on to you.

Participants alternate whispering the names of animals in each others ear and then counting to ten. When it is your turn, you turn, you draw the animal you have been given and then you have ten seconds to complete the animal.  Once your time is up, you turn around and give an animal to your opponent and then count to ten for them as well.

Once all the animals are drawn, say perhaps each of you gets three animals to draw, you must seek out a third party to give their best guess as to what each animal is.  You get a point for every one of your animals that the third party recognizes. The person with the most points (recognizable animals) wins.

1. Make a bet at the beginning of the game. When the stakes are higher, it's more fun.

2. The more specific the animal is, the harder it is to draw. Be careful because since you give animals back and forth, if you give a hard one then one is surely coming your way next.  A Monkey is easier to draw in ten seconds than a chimpanzee.

I just played this last night with my GF.  The picture posted here is the result of a clues that was given to me .  Can you guess what it is?
I actually won the game and the bet was that the loser has to make a comic strip starring the winner every day for a week.  so look for comics starring me to be posted every day starring me and drawn by Laura Solomin.