October 18, 2009

Twinkle, twinkle...

Brudders Episode 36 - 'Star' is up. No 3D glasses needed to read this comic strip, not even a telescope.

- Sgt M.

October 8, 2009

Gasp! Gothtober again!

Today the brudders go back to where they made their Hollywood debut: Gothtober! If you didn't already know, Hello Frankenstein first appeared at Gothtober, a terrific annual Halloween themed art exhibition. That was four years ago, and now Sergeant and Toullie return with episode 35 - 'Drive-in Movie'. To read this strip, go to www.gothtober.com and click on the number 8. (Note: Being an old blog entry, that link will now take you to the latest round of Gothtober treats--in other words, you won't find this episode of Brudders there. You can read still read the strip on the Little Green Dog website though: Brudders - Episode 35 'Drive-in Movie'.)

And bring your 3D glasses. You're going to need them because this comic was an experiment in anaglyphic drawing, which means, with the proper glasses (the red/cyan kind,) you will see Sergeant and Toullie leap off your computer screen.

Don't know where to get 3D glasses? You can use the pair that comes with some 3D DVD's like the recent Coraline release, or even better you can purchase a deluxe pair for a reasonable price from vendors like Rainbow Symphony Store. Alisa and Greenlaw wear glasses so they like Rainbow Symphony's Proview Professional Clip-On, but Toullie and I prefer the stylish Proview Professional, which is comfy and excellent if you don't already wear glasses. Either model sells for $6.95. Rainbow Symphony Store also carries the traditional paper ones for as little as 15 cents a piece. (No, they didn't pay us for this plug. We just like their stuff.)

If you enjoy this 3D episode of Brudders, let us know and we'll make more 3D comics and art.

Oh, and while you're there, be sure to check out some horrific treats by other Gothtober artists...if you dare!

- Sgt M.