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In 1947, Top Comic Strip Artists Were Asked To Draw Their Characters Blindfolded

You would think that with the thousands comic strip artist woulbe be able to draw their comic characters at any time-even in their sleep or with their eyes closed.

In 1947, Life magazine decided to test this theory by inviting some of the best comic strip artists of the time to come and do the blindfolded comic book character drawing challenge.

Some of the results are hilarious; whilst a lot of the features are correct, they resemble Picasso more than a comic strip character, as the facial features are all out of place.

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LIFE Magazine | Blogspot | h/t: master_mayhem)

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