Paul made a robot out of Lego that draws random page layouts. It's mint. It's been demo'd at a few events, encouraging punters to try their hand at drawing a story to match the structure. It helps to have good examples, so fortunately we had Gemma and Mike on hand at the Great Exhibition of the North Family Expo to do some outstanding collaborations with the robot showing the visitors how it should be done.
Mike does a comic about Paul and the robot...
Classic use of layout from Gemma...
Mike takes on the challenge of a page that has been overwritten multiple times by the robot (and it still makes some kinda sense)
Sorry it's been a while. We had a good jam comic session in the pub after our last meeting and it prompted some much-put-off scanning, which also prompted sifting through some piles of accumulated scrawlings from the last few months of meetings and events where we've run jam comics.
Here are a few of the less nonsensical/rude ones (yes, incredibly, these are the more coherent ones (bear in mind many of these are drawn by children or drunk people)).
Well, away we go.
Could you find it in your heart?
I'll phantom zone your housy ass
Bigly the hugest
I'd have thought you'd be more busy
Hey John. Show me your anvil.
Soon, comrade, they will clamour for our communist hats!
This work of deep and insightful wonder was constructed whilst having a pleasant day at York Geekfest - selling a few comics, drawing Batmans on bags, being envious of the historical re-enacters' massive swords, etcetera.