Tim and Mulele review two Web comics that have little in common besides the nationality of their creators! Amya, a recently-started, manga- an fantasy-influenced comic; and Hark, a Vagrant, featuring contemporary, humorous takes on historical events.
Then Mulele critiques Tim’s recent artwork, and discussion of how to draw facial expressions ensues (view full post to see pictures below).
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A schoolboy and a schoolgirl. He is sleeping in class. She is trying to wake him up, but he doesn't wake up. The teacher is angry beside him.
A dog is running. Collars and leads are attached to the neck of the dog, but it seems the owner had let go. A boy is chasing the dog from far away. The dog is approaching a little girl, so she is scared.
Two students are sitting side by side in the library. The schoolgirl student is happily reading a book. But the schoolboy is having the book upside down. It seems he can't concentrate. He loves her, so he is excited.
Two boys swam in the river. But there is the "No Swimming" sign by the river. The old man passed by the river, he scold them.
You call these facial expressions?!
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