Instructions for a group comic-making exercise. Working in a small group, select a topic. Each participant then photographs an object, scene, or situation that belongs, obviously or arguably, to the topic. (The more literal the connection, however, the better.) Participants exchange photographs and then each draws a two-page comic based on the photograph. The comic doesn't need to tell a story. Infra-narrative series or combinations of such series should be fine as well. Or pictorial progressions that fall between narrative and infra-narrative: e.g., an isolated house may transform gradually into a decapitated head, and this head, on the next page, may turn out to be one of several gruesome drawings taped to a wall inside the initially depicted isolated house. And who is that sitting on the bed, gazing at these drawings?