Friday, February 18, 2011

CHADES CHALLENGE XLIV:
BEWARE OF FALLING ICICLES



Vi and I collaborated this week. That is to say, I stole his awesome design. Vi's design below reminded me of Donkey Kong, perched on his lofty ledge, waiting to bombard unsuspecting climbers; so I illustrated him like an 8-bit boss launching into the air for a rad ice attack.

If you have any illustrations of your own, let me know and I'll post them below. Everyone is welcome to participate! If you didn't have time this week, you can join us March 4th for:

CHADES CHALLENGE XLV:
INTERSTELLAR TYRANTS





9 days...

11 comments:

davidmaas said...

So cool!
I'll have to try to participate next time. I've started doing some paleoBlog praise-type speeds, in case you're into it. Over at artEvolved.org and at my blog. drip.de

f_guy said...

terrifying cute! good as always.
hey i started a blog of webcomics and jokes here: l'Internez

coNs Oroza said...

Lovely monster :)

Tom Soulen said...

Hey Austin! I posted an entry for Falling Icicles over on my blog

Munchanka said...

David- Thanks, man. Cool blog! I'm always looking for new paleoblogs to follow.

Flaviano- nice! There just aren't enough crustaceans in webcomics.

Cons- grazie :)

Tom- Welcome to the Challenge, man. Great job, reminds me of something I'd have done as a kid.

Jon Feria said...

Hello Austin,
I made an entry for this challenge right HERE

I hope I'm not too late.
Thanks.

Munchanka said...

As you wish, Jon. Never too late, welcome to the Chades Challenge!

Nate said...

I wonder why I like these?

Zachary said...

little late but what the hell right? also its nothin to impressive a little sketchybook thing hope thats good.

http://animatedbuzz.com/albums/photo/view/album_id/30/photo_id/14750

Zachary said...

hmm... i tested that link... didnt seem to work, lemme give it another shot.

http://www.animatedbuzz.com/albums/photo/view/album_id/30/photo_id/14750

Munchanka said...

Hey Zachary, thanks for contributing your funny eskimo gag. I'll post your design along with the new Chades Challenge this Friday to make sure as many people see it as possible.