I was very happy with how these two webcomics looked. The Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin visiting gay Paris.
Just one Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin webcomic for you today. I drew this one at Oscars time, in case you couldn’t guess.
I decided to send the tribe back to Africa for a short little run. This week’s re-post is that run, today, just for you.
Just a couple of more ‘usual’ Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin reposts for you today. Just some simple gags and silly ideas, no theme, no arc.
Three more Lost Tribe cartoons which, now as re-posts, are completely out of context at the wrong time of year. I always liked to get something online suitable for the time of year.
These two cartoons were first drawn during the original ‘occupy’ campaigns after the banking crisis. I thought the Tribe should be involved. Shame such protests are still needed today.
Nice fun little arc for my Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin webcomics today. All based around their time at a fair which appears to be neither one nor fair. Hope you like 🙂
For the first time I shall, this year, be taking up the challenge of the month of InkTober. I’ve followed it for a while but never considered jumping aboard. The basic idea is that every day, for the month of October, you draw something new and different. Ideally an ink drawing. Of course it’s not …
This re-posting is about a month too soon. I drew this to support my Movember fundraising effort. The idea of penguins with moustaches tickled me, them too.
A bit of a lengthy arc this week. One just lead to another, and another and another, join us as the Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin head beneath the waves!
Another one of cartoon this week. I drew this in honour of the rugby world cup, which was taking place down under at the time. True dis.
Originally all the penguins were interchangeable. I thought it didn’t really matter if they were individuals. However, it turns out that the one who regularly stole hats also ended up wearing a green tie all the time…