Note the height of the podium in the first two frames relative to the speaker. If Jack is too short to make his appearance at the podium...he probably has another career opportunity awaiting him.Maybe Jack is very short and we just can't see him behind the podium.
I guess this means that Jack has a career option most others might not have. Maybe in show business?Note the height of the podium in the first two frames relative to the speaker. If Jack is too short to make his appearance at the podium...he probably has another career opportunity awaiting him.
Title: The non Standard ObserverMethinks I’ve been out-humoured with this one. LOL
I should have dispensed with the speaker and his speech bubble and just used the podiums and microphone. Would have saved me a lot of work.
Hmmm, that gives me an idea....
Right, Here is a standard 3 panel cartoon strip. All you need to do is provide a title (for the top center where those dashes are) and text for each of the 3 panels. Let's see what you all come up with! Click on image to embiggen.
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