Sunday, March 22, 2009

Zombie Cap

For Weekly Sketch Group at
I got my 10 yr old nephew to alternate panels with me on this 16 panel page I threw together quickly on a 11x17 card stock. I started off and went from there. I found he is a pretty funny, little guy and has a decent grasp of the medium. Some of his panels really made me chuckle. I got the idea from Scott E's strip jam project up in the Community section at

The orange panels are mine and the blue ones his.

Transcript for those having trouble reading text.

Panel 1
Caption:Once upon a time in a castle in Shtoilenburg...

Panel 2
Caption: A king wanted money
Caption 2: But his loyal workers are working hard to find some but he's mad

Panel 3
Caption: So he sent them on a special expedition to Sabyl
Worker 1: We've been traveling for days! Where does the king want us to look?
Worker 2: I don't know. Hey, what are those?

Panel 4
Workers in unison: It's pyramids. Wow!!!

Panel 5

Panel 6

Worker 1 & 2: We're not scared of you
RG: Your not?

Panel 7
Worker 1: Nope, sorry. Just give us your valuables and we'll be on our way.
Worker 2: Hey, Jeff. I think this guy is made of gold!

Panel 8
Worker 2: Let's cut his head off
RG: Please No!
Jeff: No!

Panel 9
RG: But I have kids!
Jeff: Hmm, this presents a problem, but we can't go back empty handed.
Worker 2: Well then?
Kid Robot: Poppa?

Panel 10
Jeff: Aha

Panel 11
Worker 2: RUN!

Panel 12
RG: Fine here goes nothing
Kid Robot 2: AAA!

Panel 13
Jeff: Hey, look! He took off his head and it looks like he's not a robot after all!

Panel 14
Unmasked Robot: here you go!!!

Panel 15

Worker 2: Hey, it's actually IRONMAN director, Jon Favreau! Thanks Mr. Fareau, the king will be happy!
Kid Robot: Poppa!

Panel 16
King: Thank you!
Worker 2: Your welcome!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

Jem! Black Widow and

I did these for the Weekly sketch group over at PJ.

Sunday, March 1, 2009

Audition submission

This was for the audition process at Project CBRunway 4 at CBR. 5 from the 20 will be cut, I think I have pretty good chances. The only thing I didn't like about this is that you had to work off of a template so that kinda limited my options design wise.