Twelve Easy Pieces

When I’m not doing comics, I’m often found doing code. Here’s an experiment that combines the two. I’ve cut out 42 roughly equal-sized panels from drawings that I’ve done, and randomly recombined them on top of a six panel script. Look at how the words and pictures dance together, and modify each other’s meanings!

The drawings are rather rough. The script is hardly epic (yet!). But I’m already quite excited by the possibilities of this. So excited, in fact, that I’m breaking the usual schedule to post this right now!!

The internal repetition on the first one was a lucky accident. Both silent panels (I think these are important in comics storytelling in general) came out the same. Or the weeping muscular figure in variant #5, reprised in the ending of variant #11.

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