I'm mostly done with the Chowder board. Man it's been a long time since I've had to handle someone else's characters. I'd forgotten how hard that is. Not that Chowder's "hard", just that I'm out of practice.
Anyway, with that done I can finally clean my house and enjoy all the nothing that's going on this Halloween. The silverfish aren't gonna be happy.
Here's the last of the Underfist for a while (though I'll try and hit up the requests after the weekend - like blank board paper and the Skarr fight sequence). Thanks again to everyone on the crew who helped make Underfist great, and for everyone at CN who fought to keep this thing alive and get it on TV. And, of course, to the people who watched it!
Here are some color panels I did from the board that I used as a guide for the show's palette. Most of the subtle beauty in the actual BGs comes from Joe Binggeli's gorgeous, colorful work and his "mysterious shadows".