Girl Detectives March 31, 2014October 13, 2014 ~ Nicole Smeltzer Share this:TweetLike this:Like Loading... Related
44 thoughts on “Girl Detectives”
How funny; you captured my attention through the whole story: maybe you ARE a detective, after all…
I wish! I spent all of last summer re-reading the Nancy Drew books. :D
LOL! I love it!
:D Thank you!
your imagination knows no bounds
I love this post beyond all reason!
LOL yeah, sisters will be like that, they see you do something they all want to do it. It was well done, especially all in black and white. Way good!
Thanks! I’ve been wanting to experiment with black and white for a while!
That was fun to read and look at! Keep up the good work..
YES. Your piece captured exactly what my two, older sisters always did: hide from me. *sniff*
Your work is wonderful.
It’s ok. I was a weird kid.
My sister has a face like a lead pipe, too! Sisters are so sweet to each other. My older sister always called me “Dumb DeeDee Dumb Dumb! But I was truly, extremely nice to her!
Love your art form! You do great work with it!
I love those sibling nicknames– always so cruel and unusual :D
Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful! You nailed the “Sam Spade” from beginning to end with your pictures. Nice touch adding the sepia tone. What can I say? Sisters are like that.
Entertaining as always AND in black and white – very film noir of you.
How cute! I laughed all the way through. Blessings to you…
Ha ha ha. What a great story. So funny. Loved the black and white touch with light and shade to create the atmosphere. The buildup and then the line: “I want to be a detective too.” I’ve never had sisters and so I look forward to your posts to sort of live vicariously through your sisterhood adventures.
Thank you! :D
LOVED this one. The sepia was so well done.
Thanks! Because I could use any color paper and then turn it sepia with editing software, the original paper-cuts are really funny. The colors are so garish.
This was hilarious and so well-made! I’m the middlest sister myself, in between two girls. (The reason I followed your blog, besides the crafty creativity and the hilarity, is because of the title, hehe). You capture the amusing dynamic between siblings really awesomely!
Thank you! I love all the middlest sisters who read the comic! I should start a special club just for them!
You have totally made my day with this one, Nicole! SO well done! I was all about mysteries and detective stories as a kid. I even have several books I wrote about the agency I started up with my best friend and our first case was “the missing legwarmer”.
Thank you! I would pay good dollars to read that story.
This was so funny…gave me my first laugh for the day. Love the ‘black and white movie’ theme too – awesome as usual!!
Thanks! I love to make people laugh :D
Hilarious! This one’s tops for me!
Oooh! Comic Noir – my favorite genre.
Oh that was fun. As the youngest, I was always stuck with being the bad guy or having the crime. Usually I was relegated to being the family pet. It is a wonder I grew up at all!
I love the film noir effect you’ve created here. Too many detectives and no crooks. What’s the world coming to? ;)
Reblogged this on The Middlest Sister and commented:
Hi everyone! I’m really busy with a crazy move right now, so I’m re-blogging one of my favorite comics from last year. I am only having one studio day a week right now, and I am working on several different fun projects besides The Middlest Sister, but I will do my best to get a fresh new comic out by the end of the month. Until then, please enjoy this reblog :)
SO glad you reblogged this. I missed it the first time and it’s definitely one of my favorites! (Though nothing can to “Are We Almost There” as far as I am concerned…)
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