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Thursday, November 30, 2006

Rhode "Drawing Jitsu" Montijo.. Believe it!

Although Rhode Montijo didn’t make it to the jamboree, he did manage to find time to hand craft this amazing image of Erin dodging a shadowy helicopter. Thanks buddy. This one really knocked my socks off. It deserves a full snika bah.

Capachow my Damie

And now for something completely different…. No words need to be said here. I think the picture speaks for itself.

This was masterfully crafted by my main damie Marcus Perez. He is my oldest friend. Which means he’s put up with my s**t more than anyone on this planet. He doesn’t have a website, but he does have a favorite movie. In case you were wondering, "Capachow my Damie" in Pootie-lingo roughly translates to "What's up Friend?"

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Bombs Away Navarro

Watch your back! Kenn Navarro, co-creator of Happy Tree Friends, found time in his way busy schedule to do this awesome image of Erin. I don’t have a B-1 Bomber, but I’m thinking of having this decaled on my fiance’s car. I wonder if she’d mind?

Dynamic Duo from Wiler

Chris Wiler is next up with a fantastic team up image featuring Erin and the often compared Kim Possible in a shameless duet. Well done sir. Now I’m certain you’re responsible for all those ahem...... “provocative” images on the internet. Seriously though, for more Wiler-ness check out his new website at Renegade Tiki

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

The Real Dean Shady

Next up is a drawing by mad man Dean Yuen. If there was ever a zombie invasion, I would make sure to have this guy around for protection. In Dean’s drawing, Erin is rendered in classic “Dean style”. Lots of blood, sweat, and tears went into rendering the highlights and shadows on that booty. Thanks buddy!

Monday, November 27, 2006

I have the best friends....

On my recent bachelor party my buddies took me hostage for a day/nite on the town. We watched this, ate this, they pitched in and got me this, then we played a whole lot of this. Needless to say it was really a blast and a nice relief from the chaos of wedding preparation and piles of work.

The icing on the cake was each of the nut jobs at the party contributed some fan art of the “other woman” in my life… Erin from the Esurance campaign. These images are so mighty, that I had to share them with you.

First up is an awesome drawing by Arvin Bautista. He’s one of the top animators of Back Bone entertainment and a kick ass comic artist. He also has the mutant power to play any video game really well. If you ever need back up in Halo or Guitar Hero, this guy is it! In Arvin’s drawing, Erin is taking on some of the baddies from one of my favorite spots Lost Reel. She’s sporting a very cool X-Men-esque outfit. HOT!

For more details on how this drawing came to life, check out Arvin's fun filled blog. More soon…..

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

All news is good news...

A number of people have clued us in on the "heated" discussion going on right now at about the Esurance campaign. Since we obviously have a stake in the matter (not to mention in the middle of another spot right now), we had to peek and see what was up.

Check out the "Discuss" section to see both sides of the debate. There's always that fine line in commercials of selling product vs. trying to make the coolest-darn thing out there. From our perspective, it's just amazing to see how many people have a strong opinion one way or the other. Some of our favorite quotes:
"Why I don't like Erin Esurance: every time the bad guys show up, she runs away! What happens when they finally corner her? I want an insurance company that'll fight for me, not run!"
"if we're following the logic of this article, then please explain to me what a red haired clown and a big purple...thing have to do with selling hamburgers. how are pink bunnies related to batteries? why is a british gecko selling car insurance? how does a colonel ensure that i'm getting some quality fried chicken?"
Love it or hate it, a lot of blood, sweat, and tears have gone into the nine spots Ghostbot has been involved with so far. So it's nice to know at the very least we're making an impact on the report card of pop culture.

Even if it's apparently only a C+...

(Another link to the article via Cartoon Brew)

Sunday, November 05, 2006


Our friends at Channel Frederator have finally lost their minds and blogged us. The article is proof that they've gone from cutting-edge-cartoon-connoiseurs to just plain crazy. Get some help, guys!

Special thanks to Stephen Levinson for the spotlight!

UPDATE (11/7): Go vote for "Wizard Needs Food Badly" in the "Best Music Video" Category of the Channel Frederator Awards!
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