Hehe. Very nice.
I really enjoy your tribute pieces and you always point us to some fun... and in this case really funny... webcomics.
I guess that is the whole point? Now you've got me not only interested in the comic but in it creator also.
I've only read a few of the comics thus far but I'm finding 'Lair of the Lizardmin' a winner.
A+ at first glance assessment! A great slice of life comic that attaches itself directly to the sensibilities of my funny bone.
It's not often I laugh out loud while reading a webcomic.
Its got to be quite a task to capture these guys because they are so 2D... and so simply drawn.
I'd say you've successfully translated them into the 3D world, I can almost see the 2D/3D fully featured animated film now... "Lizardmin vs Lizardmin: Adventures in an Animated World"
Speaking of 3D... I simply MUST figure out a better place to store my 3D glasses!
Every time someone posts something cool like this it takes me hours to dig them up.
Thanks Mark for continuing this webcomics fan art!
Added: I hadn't read your text before launching out to explore the webcomic. You said:
Because the strip is in black and white and I liked that it made it look like it was an old 1950s TV show, I did this one in black and white.
I'd say you must have sucessfully captured that. My feeling was immediately that these two were waiting in the wings to go on an old B&W talk show... say...very early TV such as Ed Sullivan or Johnny Carson.
And yet another return because this is a really fun webcomic.
I've discovered a valuable tool in measuring the worth of a webcomic: The more times you say to yourself, "Now why didn't I think of this!" the higher quality and intrinsic value of the webcomic. I claim full trademark rights to this cool tool and name him "Urekasama!". Ahem. That's it. That is all. Um, yeah... so... going back to read more Lizardmin comics...