Partial to PartiallyClips

by | Wednesday, September 10, 2008

I Stumbled Upon PartiallyClips, a web-based comic strip based on clip art. The rules are simple, “No changes to the art from frame to frame … Never use the same clip in two strips. No repeating characters.” It it amazing just how well this works, despite these somewhat stringent limitations. Here are two of my favorites:

and

Enjoy.

Topics related to this post: Art | Comics | Creativity | Design | Fun

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