I remember enjoying working on this one, playing with the light, shadows and reflections. Shame the Lost Tribe are so daft.
This one was always a bit obvious, I’m just glad I waited until after the first ten before I took this route.
Not saying that the Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin is naturalistic, but this was my first more surreal take with the cartoon. Where did they get those suits?
This is a very wise consideration, what with global warming and all. It’s dangerous times for antarctic creatures. Of course our lot are more than making the best of it.
This is one of my all time favorites. It’s OK, he’s still with us. I just thought the cartoon, the layout, the joke all worked well together. What do you think?
Well, they need to eat don’t they? Poor little mites.
It’s hard to imagine that this place will have a different inhabitant later this year. Whoever it is is less likely to be friendly to a group of lost penguins on the lawn. Good plan from the gang though.
For some reason I wasn’t happy with the contrast on this artwork when I drew it, so the gang gained a subtle (or not so subtle) glow.
Perhaps I should have spent more time designing the cheetah? Bit more of an obvious joke too. Still made me smile looking back at it.
Much like the witches in Terry Pratchett’s books the Lost Tribe always know exactly where they are. It’s just how that it relative to everything else.
This was the second Lost Tribe of Pen G’Uin. Just in case people found the first cartoon a little subtle (as if) I made this one a little more obvious. This kind of started the whole regular run.