Sunday, March 30, 2014
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
Yes, I know I didn't post a Sunday Stop Motion last week. And this week it's posting on a Wednesday. What kind of a ship am I running, here? That's a good question, but one to be answered later. Meanwhile, here's a new cartoon! Enjoy.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Recently I found out that, oh boy, there's a contest to design your own Peashooter variant! So I busted out the old sketchpad and knocked out these two ugly mugs.
They're cultivars of the Peashooter line, carrying the same basic abilities, such as Hyper Dash, Chili Bean Bomb, and Pea Gatling, but their primary weapons and statistics are somewhat different.
The first guy, on top, is Shroomshooter, with his unique tri-barrel Spore Blaster. His nutritious fungus shots cause allies to heal themselves while doing damage to enemy zombies.
The Shroomshooter didn't ask for much. A little darkness, a little water. You know, for his photography. Maybe don't mention pictures to him, though. Not when there's zombies nearby.
The second is the Pistil. A budding bean plant, he fires Pollen Bombs, which trigger zombie allergies! Zombies suffering from allergy attacks take more damage from all incoming sources!
The Pistil likes most of the other plants. The Peashooter, the Torchwood, even the grumpy Squash. He just tries not to spend too much time with the Cattail, because she makes him sneeze. And his pollen makes her sneeze. Ironic, it's true.
Monday, March 10, 2014
It flows viscous, the brutal aggression of sixty five million years spent underground. An oil slick granted a strange sentience by a bolt of lightning--the carbon and oxygen aligning just right to form pathways that can carry thoughts, and feelings, and a pathological hatred for all human life. Hahaha, I'm kidding, that's ridiculous. It's magic.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
It's time for another Stop Motion Sunday short! The lab got really busy today so the Mechanic went unfinished, but that is what they in the business call "the exact right amount of a good thing". I love doing Stop Motion Sunday but I love doing it even more when my lab is full of eager new animators, creating these tremendous and brilliant little cartoons.
So I'm posting an unfinished cartoon, because I like how what I have looks, just the way it is.