A Silence of Spiders
By Todd Miller
Copyright 2012 by Todd Miller
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Cover artwork by Jason Beam
That’s what Kristin called it.
She said it was a game invented by a bunch of crazy French art dudes.
You need at least three people to play. People who like to draw.
The object of the game is to draw a body.
What you do is you take a piece of paper and fold it into thirds. The first person draws the head, folds the paper over so nobody can see it, then gives it to the second person, who draws the body. The second person folds the paper over again and hands it to the third, who draws the legs.
When everybody is done, you unfold the drawing and you get some really cool, really strange creature, like with the head of a gorilla, the body of a ballerina and the legs of an octopus.