This is probably why you shouldn’t twist the kite string around your finger. Oh, and also why you shouldn’t accept kites from creepy old gypsy ladies.
Sometimes I wonder what happens in this mind of yours to produce these comics… And then I don’t want to know and just enjoy it :D
Actually this one was somewhat of a last minute thing, and I really scrambled to end up with the above version. At first it just featured the middle three panels, and no image on the kite. I eventually added the lady and the dragon, but it’s perhaps still a bit obtuse anyway. The ribbon thing also got added along the way.
Gives a new definition to the old saying when you tell someone to “Go fly a kite!” :P
I would add a “Carnivore Kite” tag, even if just for this one.
The addition of the pink ribbon to the tail of the kite is a nice touch.
I didn’t notice that the pink ribbon was an addition. Took me a while to figure the whole thing out, really. By which time it wasn’t funny. But still a good one! :-)
Well it really looks like you live in a more normal country. :) Here where the gypsy are common place, and I can tell they are not well dressed like that :D (sorry, that was racist, but sadly it’s true) Also there skin colour is more brown. Write “cigány” in google and you see what I mean.
Hah, I literally just went after “creepy gypsy lady” on Google Image search, but I don’t think I really managed to capture their look. The clothes are too neat and tidy, I agree! Also, good point on the skin color.
You needed an extra frame showing the kite literally eating her I think. It takes too long to figure out this way.
Still, I Love your comics so much.
Ah well I was hoping the dragon image on the kite would communicate that. Maybe it didn’t, oh well.
But yeah, thanks!
Youre an awesome artist. I hope my comic looks as good as optipess one day. The woodcarving style you use sometimes is ridiculous and awesome.
And ya don’t worry about it. A lot of people don’t seem to “get” my strips either lol.
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