August 01, 2018
June 28, 2018
I approve of the concentration on mathematics.
Also, I was having flashbacks to continuous feed paper from my old dot matrix printer in Panel 3, for a bit.
Apparently Nancy isn’t the only smartass in the family.
She’s talking in a language Nancy will understand.
I just noticed she’s taken Agnes’ advice to heart, with the sunglasses and the cropped hands.
Ba-dup-dump! ( crash )
Nice one Aunt Fritzi. Now that’s some creative problem solving right there… side note, I notice Nancy is so far only shown drawing self-portraits. Seems appropriate.
I have a feeling Nancy WILL lift her pencil on that last page…
The first thing I flashed to was my youthful attempts at solving the insoluble puzzle of drawing a particular figure (with four odd vertices) without lifting the pencil from the paper or retracing a line. It involved folding the paper over so I was drawing two lines with one stroke. Nobody said I couldn’t do that.
I prefer the detour to the Oreos in the pantry.
Nancy knows the Quadratic Equation? What grade is she in?
Bravo for Aunt Fritzi! School work is important.
Yet, I suspect Nancy may thwart the attempt from Aunt Fritzi, however, by using Agnes’ “scribble” lessons from before and use up all the lead in the pencil to just prior to getting the line to move over to her math homework. :)
I’m actually impressed that she’s accepted that becoming a famous artist involves a journey and requires exercises. Almost too mature to be believed…
Over in Europe they progress far faster than here. So it might be possible they would be doing simple algebra.
This is the only art cartoon I saw on Michelangelo’s birthday!
September 24, 2018