Time to show off your illustrative artistry and storytelling.
Design a four-panel comic. It can be funny, serious, dramatic, whatever you want—no limits to your creativity.
TOP FIVE PARTICIPANT FAVORITES
Each week participants vote on their favorites.
The votes earn the designer points.
The designer with the most points at the end of all 4 challenges wins the 1-year Skillshare membership!
Here are the top five from week 4.
This piece was inspired by recent events, and “The Other America” a 1967 speech by Dr. Martin Luther King.
This is about the recent events involving innocent black lives being taken by police brutality in which no accountability has been taken. Being black should not mean being less likely to survive. Try begging for air, going to bed, or going for a run while black. None of these people deserved this, may they rest in true peace, finally. We need justice, we need accountability, and it needs to happen now. This is not okay, if you have the ability to speak up, do it.
Taking inspiration from last week’s task of showing our quarantine schedule, this comic illustrates my cat’s quarantine schedule.
As someone that’s “5’2”, I’ve always valued having tall friends – they’ll always reach in tall cabinets and high shelves for me, they’re a great cover in high sunshine, and they’ll even let me take center stage in photos. Everbody knows being tall has it’s perks, but I wanted to share some of the perks of having a short friend by sharing a few of my real-life experiences as being a short friend to others!
Fight injustice when and where you can. I need to do better. We need to do better.
This is a tribute to my best friend and her fur baby who just passed.
Sometimes I wonder if this is how my dog feels during these Quarantine times 🙂 My attempt for a four-panel comic strip for this week’s #aigadesignflex challenge.
How to defeat your teacher.
Being a constant magician with how many things can disappear right in front of your eyes. See also: glasses and pens.
Cats are assholes.