Friday, October 30, 2009

Perfect Timing

Just in time for Halloween, here's some candy zombies and a couple of regular old candy people from "Slumber Party Slaughter"- an episode of Adventure Time that's in the works. I did a ton of these guys (sorta hogged all the fun designs on this episode) and you can see most of 'em over on the show's production blog.

They were colored (quite nicely) by Sandra Calleros, Catherine Simmonds, and our art-director Nick Jennings. And to try to give credit where it's due (even though it's tough to untangle with this stuff) there's a lot of Adam Muto (one of the storyboarders for this episode- he probably deserves more credit than I do for this bunch) in a lot of these and the guy with the candy corn eyes is based very faithfully on a Somvilay Xayaphone drawing.







Thursday, October 22, 2009

Adventure Time 6

Couple new designs (I wish I could post more, but I have to wait for them to be officially released via the show's production blog). A dragon (which is, I think, my finest design moment so far. Looks really good in color, too) and a naked wizard (you can see I had him wearing one of those weird porn star belly necklaces, but that got nixed.)

They're both from "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", same as the marauders from a couple posts back.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

October 4th: 24 Comics Hour Day

In celebration of 24 Hour Comics Day (which was the day before) and my birthday (which was the current day), Pen Ward and I decided to each make a 24 page comic. Since we were at a bar, we drew them all on bar napkins, which we have a lot of practice with anyway. Pen's still working on his, but I finished mine up at approximately 1:23 am on the 5th. It's chock full of quadruple in-jokes, and fades a bit toward the end, but here it is:




Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Adventure Time 5

Phil and I did a ton of airship-riding, rough-housing marauders a couple weeks ago for "Memories of Boom-Boom Mountain", an episode of Adventure Time that's in the works.

All of mine (I think... there were a lot) are below, and you can see some of Phil's over here, on the show's production blog or even more buried somewhere on the Flickr page.