Wednesday, February 27, 2008

The Humongoussons in 3-D

Hey kids! While your mom is shopping for groceries, head over to the magazine aisle. After you're done sneaking peeks at those car/motorcycle magazines with babes in bikinis on the cover, check out this month's Nickelodeon magazine. (There is a creepy looking rat-dude from The Spiderwick Chronicles on the cover). Inside I've got a one-page comic strip about a family that lives in a gigantic monster truck. The magazine comes with a set of official 3-D glasses that will allow you to see my comic in all three dimensions. I basically just did a 2-color comic strip (seen above: BOOOO-RRRRING) ... then legendary 3DFX master Ray Zone made my drawings (not to mention my word balloons) literally pop off the page! Here's a small section:
There are lots of other cool 3D comics in the magazine too, as well as a sweet ad in which Fruity Pebbles fly out at you. Check it out!

8 comments:

Scott Gilbert said...

Haw! Reminds me of my fumetti foray into Bigfoot humor: "The Monster Trucks' Christmas Carol"

chris said...

Holy Sh#t! Just when I thought you could go no further into excellence, you bust into the 3-D Zone!
Whoa.

dbdtron said...

Niceness. Will grab one on the stand... sandwiched between the New Yorker and FHM.. that'll throw off the cashiers...

dbd

jp said...

alright! i love these!!

and your comic looks awesome!!!

bruick said...

I picked up a copy. Lucy really liked the 3D.

Bob Flynn said...

SWEET! I almost did a 3D illustration for NickMag but they ended up pulling it from the issue. This comic looks amazing. You really amped it up for the 3D. I learned the same technique you did in Photoshop. It works surprisingly well. I'm gonna go pick up a copy, immediately.

Jacob Covey said...

I'm super envious of you getting the official Ray Zone treatment on your work. I dream of getting to do something that lets me hire him to 3-dimensionalize something... ANYthing.

Nice (bizarre) comic for that too.

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I agree with Bob, indeed it is a very nice and cool comic book, the way the 3d is incorporated is just amazing.