Tuesday, 14 December 2010

Motel Art Improvement Service: 3DBee

You may or may not know this, but Drawbridge studios is actually made up of two distinct comics studios (as well as a veritable slew of guest stars from all over the place) located beneath the same roof in Gowanus, Brooklyn (which is itself located under a bridge, hence the name). The two studios are Hypothetical Island (The Cool Kids) and Deep 6 (The uncool, kinda-smell-like-pee Kids).

One of the mainstays of Hypothetical Island has been cartoonist Jason Little, whose new book "Motel Art Improvement Service" hits comic shops and bookstores starting tomorrow or thereabouts.

In order to celebrate this occasion, I drew Jason's main character, Bee, in 3D, reflecting an ongoing obsession of Mr. Little's. She's donning a surgical glove in a reference to a scene in the book-- let me just say it relates to the comeuppance for the book's main villain, a comeuppance that dwarfs all comeuppances that have ever befallen all the villains in all the books that have ever been written before. It's that good.

In the meantime, please check out Motel Art Improvement Service.


  1. This is good, but it hurts my eyes without my 3D glasses and I accidentally crushed my 3D glasses last night!!!
    All this time enough at last to look at 3D images and no 3D glasses with which to look at them with!!

    Burgess Meredith feels my pain!!!!!!!

  2. I LOVE this, George! Who needs 3-D glasses anyway?

  3. And here was me thinking I'd be the only one going off register this week.
    Nice Bee George.

  4. Thanks everybody. The 3D even kind of works, though the only pair of 3D glassesI had in the house were the ones that came with The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen Black Dossier book, and for some reason they had red and green as opposed to red and cyan lenses, so it was more like 2.5D, but still! Kinda works!

  5. How is it that I am only discovering this now? I am the slowest man on the internet! Thank you George!