These are pretty quick and sloppy, but I’ve had so much fun doing them that I thought I’d post them anyway. First, I needed an illustration for a quiz for my second year students, who were working on spatial prepositions, so I threw together the following picture:
Next, I needed some extra exercises for my first year students who are learning to tell time. Many other curricula reinforce this with “What so-and-so does during the day” sections, so I decided to do that too. After sketching Strindberg for my last blog post, I decided to go with cartoon Strindberg, which turns out to be LOTS of fun. I think I will work towards a whole cartoon-Strindberg curriculum. Maybe. This first illustration is the sloppiest (though both are pretty hasty):
The first batch didn’t have much to do with anything uniquely Strindbergian–but with the next I decided to touch on his alchemy, his misogyny, and his less-than-happy love-life. The last isn’t so surprising considering the preceding bit, but I suppose causality could be a bit problematic here…
Alas, I did not have enough time to actually complete a day with Strindberg– in fact, ended up short on sleep as it was. But I really enjoyed this, and will hopefully revisit this theme again. Hope you enjoyed it!