By Joe Bongiorno
The bell rang. Esther took her seat at the back of the class by the poster of the periodic table.
“Good morning,” Mr. Fleming greeted the class with a cracking voice and straightened his argyle sweater vest. “I would like to begin by saying that if you look up in the night’s sky tonight, you will see Halley’s comet, visible to the naked eye. This event occurs only once every 75 years.” He cleared his throat and clasped his hands. “What happened last week was unfortunate…”
Mr. Fleming, Esther thought, had been acting even more awkward than usual since the day they watched the shuttle blow up.
System is very unstable.
Compare with part 1 and part 2 pic
This one let me feel more imagine
pray to the lizard gods!!! wait, is that the yellow phone? father told us to never answer the yellow phone….
Chloe Harnett-Hargrove’s drawing is intense, dramatic, gripping, sophisticated. If I saw this illustration by itself, I would want to know the story … in fact, my imagination instantly wants to find multiple narratives – the illustration pulls you in and engages you. If you know your stuff, you will recognize this true talent and vote for her.
Anastasia’s piece is so cool and illustrated the story in a unique way! Her collages are always cool but I especially love all the elements in this one.
Well done everyone! Gladys’ work is my favorite since she captures details of the story through a simple yet concise style. Her use of color gives a fantasy vibe.
Gladys colour uses always the best
Let’s gooooo! Good luck, everyone! I’m excited to be continuing on in the competition. 😀