30 Day Drawing Challenge: Comic

Today’s (Day 13) challenge was to draw a comic. Mine includes kittens and babies.

Technically, the list just said ‘comic’. I could think of three ways to interpret that, but since it didn’t say “favorite”, I didn’t think the idea was to draw your favorite comic strip. And I don’t think they meant to draw a picture of George Carlin or Louis C.K.

When I was a kid, I would watch Animaniacs, and they had short segments called “Good Idea/Bad Idea”. They would present a good idea, then change the wording slightly to make it a funny bad idea. Ex: “Good idea: stopping to smell the roses. Bad idea: stopping to feel the roses.”

This was the inspiration for my comic:

I can sense the angry comments coming…

God knows the idea has occurred to me once or twice when the baby is screaming and the cat is chasing me around the house trying to get me to feed her. So there you go. Enjoy. See you tomorrow.

Did you know there are other bloggers doing this challenge with me? Have a look:
Niki Nowell
Zoe Nowell
freebie (now with more body parts!)
GirlyGeeky
Max Nowell

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4 thoughts on “30 Day Drawing Challenge: Comic

  1. No negative comments from me. I don’t like cats. I’m a big fan of babies though!

    Good idea: Don posting a comic.
    Bad idea: Don posting a comic and nobody commenting. 😛

    • Well thanks for commenting! 😀 You know, you’re my top commentor. After myself of course (replying to comments), but I don’t count.

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