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1. Wile's face is up close, he's concentrating on something hard, brow furrowed, determination in his eyes.
2. Wile is still concentrating, tongue hanging out.
3. We see Wile is painting. We can't see what.
4. Wile is painting one of his famous tunnel boards. In the background, leaning against the wall of this valley, are other boards: more tunnels, a bridge, maybe even a picture of Venice.
So Coyote has given up chasing the Road Runner to take up painting?ReplyDelete
Short and snappy.ReplyDelete
I always wondered where all those paintings came from...
I would have maybe added a final panel or two with road runner speeding through and destroying the paintings after all of Wile E's hard work.
I'm digging it, Ryan. Really fun and cute page that answers the question you never knew you had. Good stuff.ReplyDelete
Damn thats a good page man. The visual of Wile with the tongue out painting is such a fun one. As has been said already it answers the age old question of where the heck do all those painted landscapes come from.ReplyDelete
I do agree with Dan somewhat I would have loved to see a panel where the paintings were put into action, or maybe even Wile has been painting for so long and done so many he cant remember where the real exit is?
Simple but elegant. I'd temporarily forgotten the tunnel paintings. Reminding me of them put a big smile on my face.ReplyDelete
So what's the deal with the 'No copy' for each panel?ReplyDelete
Hrmm, I really didn't dig this page. I gave myself 2 stars, it felt lazy and didn't quite go anywhere. I also stole it from a RT I saw twice, ha.ReplyDelete
I can't believe Dan and Shaun both came up with better endings for the page. That tells you how lazy I was with it.
@MK - No Copy means there are no words on that page. It's something I stole from Greg Rucka.