A Narbonic Coloring Book
December 21, 2008 ~ 5 Comments
Because I thought it’d be fun, that’s why. I did another installment a few weeks later. At one point, devoted reader James Rice made up spiral-bound print versions of the activity book, and I sold them through the website until I ran out.
Helen is a woman of simple and immediately discernible tastes.
The best part of this activity, of course, is that my end of it is very easy to draw. Good work, me!
As a gerbil, Artie is of Mongolian origin, and the culture of the area is of great interest to him. It’s only natural for him to worry about the future of Tuvan throat-singing. The rest of these are just needless fretting.
A light box is really, really useful for doing easy connect-the-dots.
5 thoughts on “A Narbonic Coloring Book”
I’m going to assume that you didn’t pull the same sort of trick that was pulled by The Brand New Monty Python Bok‘s connect-the-dots page (the less said of which, the better).
…OK, this counts. Official Big Freakin’ ™ Gun count = 23
Isn’t this something of a Schrodinger’s BFG though, inasmuch as it’s existence depends on the action of the observer. I suggest, therefore, that your count is now indefinite at best.
And the action of the observer depends on whether he wants to make Mell very unhappy. We have a count of at least 22.95.
The top right one in Artie’s puzzle will turn out to be the one that defines his future career.