This assignment asked us to provide a three-image narrative wherein each image was essential to the story and resulted in a surprise. What I enjoyed most was actually the formatting requirements. It was assigned to be set up in a french fold (folding the paper into quadrants) so that each image was revealed in sequence, doubling in size as it opened.
Take your time with each image before scrolling to the next. Hopefully any quirks in the formatting haven’t spoiled the surprise for you!
What do you think? Was the foreshadowing too obvious, or not obvious enough? Were you surprised?
5 thoughts on “The Breakfast Revolution”
These are so wonderful- just stumbled onto your site and loving your work! Also I was pleasantly surprised in just the right amount!
Thank you! “Just the right amount” is probably good. I wouldn’t want anyone to be surprised to the point of injury!
Loved your egg hatching trilogy. The second one had a nice touch with big bird on the bed. Exciting ride in the third. What a great artist!
Excellent piece and fantastic art! Had a good laugh in the final frame too, really intrigued by this formatting method too. I’ll have to give it a go myself sometime soon
Thanks! Yeah, it’s fun to push what you can do with the differences in frame size. Even though I did these on illustration board, I scored the backs so I could fold it so only one was visible at any time.