TapTapTennis: telling a story on the iPhone

Benjamin Rabe

Collaborative work has always been a main force for creativity and especially on the web stuff like cut&paste or, my personal favorite, coudals LayerTennis (do watch this!) is really inspiring.

And when it comes to fingerpainting, next to the fact of portability of the tool, the main reason why everybody seems to enjoy the whole thing is sharing and working together.

So that’s why Matthew and I started our own little game of fingertennis:

Grab it, mash it!

Grab it, mash it!

A rather soft service by me. Matthew shot a mighty return:

no.2

no.2

Drove me into the corner so I had to give up colors:

no.3

no.3

A surprising volley to the right side of the field was the answer.

no.4

no.4

I jumped and smashed back.

no.5

no.5

I thought I had him, but this one caught me unexpected:

no.6

no.6

My last chance was a stopping ball.

no.7

no.7

But not with Matthew!

no.8

no.8

Another stop rendered the referee unconscious.

no.9

no.9

We called it a draw.

Only to regain mental sanity, all of above went into a comic page at last.

the final

the final


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