Tiger! Tiger! Tiger! is a charming autobiography by Scott Morse. Here, he draws himself as a tiger, putting his thoughts beside his colourful sketches, telling us how he sees the world and himself.
Do adults still pretend to be someone else nowadays? I know kids sure do, pretending to be their favourite superheroes and idols. But an adult? It's interesting to see a story told from a little tiger's point of view.
The story starts with jury duty that was delayed. Using the free time, the little orange tiger takes a walk around the neighbourhood, sketching, visiting the park, animal shelter, scribbling notes on what people are doing. On a separate day, he tells us another story on his day out with his little kid (also a tiger), talking about fatherhood. It's simple but effective storytelling.
This is a very personal piece of work and I really like the traditional medium art, especially the watercolors. Recommended for Scott Morse fans.
You can check out more art from Scott Morse at scottmorse.blogspot.com.
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