Children's cartoons meet adult cartoons. Born of the child's
mind, human-esque, sometimes wildly deformed
face to face with proportionate characters drawn by the adult hand. Free
to wander about
the page unencumbered by convention, the child produces an odd collection of
eight fingered, three footed,
cyclopsic mutants. Interestingly enough
the band of mutants often have the edge, since anatomical accuracy
not always an advantage.
In Tim and
timmy we are exposed to a delightfully surprised by the primitive and the perfect. Hand your child
pencil and paper sometime and watch the magic.