The last cartoon made a joke out of the sheep looking nude after they'd been sheared. This one wouldn't have worked if all the sheep were nude (it would have looked odd to have the class, the tutor and the model nude...) so we had to go into a slightly more surreal world here where a sheep can undress to model nude. Or maybe Yvonne's been shorn but the others haven't yet.
I love all forms of art. You've got to admire anyone who can faithfully capture a scene just as the eye sees it, but I don't really see the point. I'm far more interested in alternative ways to represent something (or not represent anything in particular). Impressionism, expressionism, abstract, even surrealism.
But does it count if a spider has unwittingly made it? I'm not sure.
I think that Stoned Spider has a lot more potential as a character.
Jigsaw - online
What's more fun than a cuddle with a woolly critter?
Try completing a puzzle online - they have just the right number of pieces for a coffee-break challenge and you gradually reveal the cartoon.
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FRAME 1 we see cubist drawing - pretentious talk from tutor:
tutor: Wow, you're really getting expressive. This is reminiscent of the early Czech cubists. Unconstrained by viewpoint or perspective.
Sally (surprised expression) : I didn't do this, I've just been away getting a cuppa
FRAME 2 - spider: what's a cubist? Just trying to catch my dinner!
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