Calvin and Hobbes Expressions (Page 1)
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To really make your character look alive, you're going to have to give it an expressive face. Anger, joy Tip: Have fun playing around with different pairs of eyes and a variety of mouths. You'll quickly realise the myriad possible combinations at your disposal The rest of the expression must of course be logical and coherent.
Calvin and Hobbes , American newspaper comic strip that ran from to , chronicling the high jinks of Calvin, a six-year-old boy, and his pet tiger, Hobbes. He named the main characters for the 16th-century theologian John Calvin and the 17th-century English philosopher Thomas Hobbes. The small central cast of characters remained essentially unchanged throughout the run of the feature. The heart of the strip was the relationship between the two characters for whom the strip was named. To Calvin, Hobbes was a life-size, walking, talking friend, sharing in the mischief but often questioning him or commenting wryly on his behaviour and attitudes.
In Calvin and Hobbes , story arcs are a theme or plotline that lasts. They can range from a few days to a month, such as the arc with Calvin accidentally pushing his parents' car into a ditch. Generally, the strip had week-long story arcs for the first couple of years and had its longest arcs in the middle of the its life. Later on, the arcs became fewer and farther between as Bill Watterson focused more on Sunday strips.