"No! No you fool!; Don't pick it up!"
This was my final illustration for my Materials and Techniques class. The professor wanted us to do something involving two people, in some sort of environment, and to tell a story.
I think I met the requirements.
When I started this assignment I wanted to illustrate something that I wouldn't get bored with. When I was thinking of different scenerios to illustrate, this was the only thing that would come to my mind - so I did it.
When I hung my project on the board today for class critique I got some interesting reviews due to its content. I found it amusing when the male cheerleader told ME that I needed help... there's something ironic in that.
When my teacher walked into the room to look at them all he was like "Tina!" He told me that I was the "quiet librarian." It was funny. He then went on to comment about he liked the composition and such, so it was a good critique.
So, all in all, I think that it worked pretty well. It was fun doing something like this for a class assignment. Hey - I thought that it was quite amusing.
Oh!; that's a little armadillo dude in the front. Heh, such a sly looking raccoon man.
Prison is a scary and dangerous place...