And so we are introduced to Officer Davis, who called for backup. It looks like there might be a riot in progress...
Does that guy in the last panel look a little familiar to anyone?
This episode was very fun, and very challenging, to make.
Not only did I have to adapt a little bit to using this newer "early-morning" color/tint (orange, instead of the usual "pale office lights" blue), but I also ended up having to put fog in most panels... not only to illustrate that it's still early morning, but also to hide my lack of a background.
And look carefully at panel 2 and panel 4. See something strange about them? Here's a hint: I don't actually have two police cars. ;)
I wasn't quite satisfied with the photography for this episode, as I rushed it a little to get in all 8 of the necessary shots. (I needed 2 shots for each panel that had two police cars in it, then 4 more shots for the rest of the panels.) I actually ended up shooting this episode backwards, too. Not to mention, my shots were somewhat limited by the size of my background set...
I suppose the photography isn't too terrible, all things considered...
Anyway, let me know what you think of this episode.
I may have to post larger versions of the panels with two police cars in them on Flickr, so that you can see them in all their glory. ;)
There's only one zombie in the last panel, the rest of the people are running away from zombies in the crowd. (Well, maybe not running... more like "walking as fast as they can in a tightly-packed mass of people.")
It's cool to be able to see the present and the past side-by-side. We have a lot of well-taken pictures of current LEGO sets (especially from the LEGO website itself,) but I often can't find good pictures of many of the old sets. So I think the newest sets out there are less important to compare.
Also, I thought you might like to know, you're the 2400th visitor (according to Comic Fury stats, which add the all the daily numbers of visitors together...) And your comment was the 300th comment on Zombie Outbrick.
And I guess they haven't. As time goes on, those older sets probably become harder and harder to find, as they get disassembled, scattered, then sold or lost as individual pieces. I think it'd be really cool to set up an online LEGO museum, with every set ever... Maybe eventually, your archiving project could turn into that!