the words are tiny
Oh, you have to click on it to see the actual size!
Not sure I get this one...
The art is fantastic, as usual and I love the background and scenery, which is now not quite so ambiguous, actually representing an office environment, with the notice board n the wall. These strips look fantastic, yet very simple, as far as the backgrounds go - draw the shape, fill with colour and add a few scribbles for detail, as necessary. The real effort comes with the construction of the characters themselves. Do you draw them separately and then import them onto the background, or draw the whole frame as one item, before colouring as you see fit?
Emotionally speaking, you can really put a lot into the features of the guinea pigs, making them show a wide range of emotions with just a few lines. Sure, this joke was a little lost on me (I prefer to say that as opposed to I didn't find it funny), but the drawing style is certainly impressive enough to make me anticipate the next cartoon with interest.
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