Friday, February 26, 2010

Page 5::Enter Leonard Walker

The next page in everyone's favorite anaglyph webcomic about robots has dropped. Page 5!  

Dont' forget to check back next week more suspense.

Friday, February 19, 2010

Robots! page 4 now online

Things are moving smoothly and this week's page is now live. Adam and I are going to work on getting some awesome anaglyph promo materials made this week (maybe even this afternoon if we can really get our acts together). If you want a pack of Robots! swag to hand out in your area, or if you have any really brilliant promo ideas, drop us a line  - we'd love to hear from you.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Robots! in 3D launches today

Welcome everyone! Today is the official launch day for Robots! in 3D. If you already have a pair of 3D glasses handy go ahead and start reading! Otherwise you can make your own following these tutorials. If you don't have any of the required materials to make some glasses or if you can't see 3D do not fret! You can also read the comic in 2D. Just go to the comic page and click the little purple button that says "2D" on the bottom. All the pages will now appear in 2D. 

We love feedback so let us know what you think! And be sure to check back next week for the next page!

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Make your own 3D glasses - Part 2

After such a successful effort to make our own 3D glasses last week, Adam and I wanted to come up with another alternative glasses-making method for people who don't happen to have lighting gel samples around the house. We found this tutorial on Instructables that used red and blue sharpies and overhead transparency sheets to create 3D glasses lenses and decided to investigate. I have to say I was pretty skeptical at first, but with a little patience, the Sharpie method is actually quite effective!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Make your own 3D glasses

While Adam and I are working hard to get our storefront up and running (where you will be able to buy your very own custom 3D glasses!) we wanted to give our readers a chance to actually see our comic in 3D if you don't happen to own a pair already. So we looked around the apartment and made a pair out of a few things we had lying around. Here's what we did: