I wanted to investigate the paper based games that I used to play with my friends as a child. I was intrigued by the fact that when these games are over, the process of playing is still visible in the result.
For the workshop, I developed a small collaborative story based drawing game.
Each person receives a different colored marker to draw with. Every round, the players receive a number of instructions and have one minute to draw. After the round has finished, every player explains their action and slowly a story develops.
On the evening, we did 2 drawing sessions. The first session was very spontaneous and free, the second became rather epic (involving society related themes such as good / evil / oil / love etc).