It's been over a week, I know. One thing I forgot to mention here is that the deadline was extended to Saturday (7/2/2011). Here are the results:
David McCracken decided to showcase his skills in Graphic Design. He's no stranger to poster design, having an arsenal in his gallery, including designs for Sherlock Holmes, Jonah Hex and many others. When you start to think about combining two worlds like Zombieland and From Dusk Till Dawn, the characters wouldn't be the only folks sharing the same space. The entire cast and crew would have to collaborate and Mr. McCracken strategically figured it out.
Next up is the lovely Kim Loh. She's one of my favorites I had the pleasure of discovering on Facebook. Who knew their friend recommendations would deliver such a kick-ass individual? Along with being one of the coolest people in this craft, she's also the Goddess of Ink. The idea of putting Clooney and Eisenberg in the same space was genius. Imagine the contrast and how they would play off each other.
Jenn Doudney is a highly intelligent and dangerous individual. She writes stories, balances work, contributes to Womanthology, completes coursework at a university and has enough time to walk the dog. Jenn is probably a demi-God or something because she can also draw. Switching Vampire with Zombie for Satanico Pandemonium was a killer idea.
This one was drawn by yours truly, Kenny Gordon. For something that seemed like an easy concept, it was difficult to deliver. Salma Hayek is very difficult to draw (I just want to put that out there). Anyhoo, I figured going in the comedic route would be fun...and it was. For those of you who seen Zombieland, you know how important those Twinkies are to Tallahassee.
If anyone is still interested in submitting to this Jam, feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org