motion comics


Ariel Needs Legs, now in motion comic form. Featuring the vocal talents of the lovely Ming Doyle.


Sera is Lost is now Sorceress Lost!

This legit took way too long to make. It’s just a small taste of the story I wanna tell with these two characters. And since this is an ask blog, YOU can help decide how the story progresses! I plan on updating every Wednesday, whether its the next part of the story, or simply just having the characters answer some questions.

The blog itself is pretty barren right now (I legit didn’t sleep for like three days to make my March 15th deadline), but I’ll have more information on the characters, story, and world posted in the coming weeks! Follow this blog, the mod on Twitter to stay up to date!

Also, since this is a brand new blog and isn’t tied to a fandom, if you like what you see, please reblog this post to help get the word out, I’d really appreciate it!


The Jeagers Go camping.

Comic By:
Cherno and Video By:

Hella Sweet Music box music by:

Wanna get in on the sweet comic action? Send me an audition or a message at!


We’re excited to announce that Episode #1 of our Transformers: More than Meets the Eye motion-comic has entered its’ final stage in production! However; We here at Team Train-Wreck are still noodling out bugs and working hard to provide you- our viewers, with ‘best-seats-in-house’.

That being said, we feel that a token of gratitude is in order for all the kindness and support you kind folks have given us during these past few months. 

We hope that you’ll enjoy this very early, very brief excerpt from Episode #1


Image Comics/Shadowline Comic Book Series Comes to Life with Motion Comics from Adjacent Productions and Quality Transmedia

Elijah Wood, Summer Glau, Ron Perlman, Dante Basco voice the series

A heartfelt story of friendship and heart-pounding adventure, the Image Comics/Shadowline comic book series, PETER PANZERFAUST, has captured readers’ imaginations. With multiple sell-outs of issues, fans are eagerly anticipating the next stage for the World War II escapade inspired by the classic J.M. Barrie creation Peter Pan. Now the fantastic independent series by writer Kurtis J. Wiebe and artist Tyler Jenkins is set to engross an even larger audience, with Adjacent Productions’ and Quality Transmedia’s fully animated motion comic adaptation, featuring the voice talents of Elijah Wood, Summer Glau, Ron Perlman, and Dante Basco. 

Wood and Glau voice the indomitable characters of Peter and Wendy, while Perlman brings to life Peter’s arch-nemesis, the Nazi officer Kapitan Haken, the series’ incarnation of Captain Hook.  Basco, who played Rufio in the 1991 movie Hook, will return to the Neverland universe as the voice of Alain. The world premiere of a trailer for the motion comic will be shown at a panel at the Chicago entertainment convention C2E2. The session will feature PETER PANZERFAUST creators Wiebe and Jenkins and Jeff Krelitz of Quality Transmedia, and takes place on Saturday, April 27 at 3:15 PM CDT. 

The motion comic isn’t all PETER PANZERFAUST fans have to look forward to. Adjacent Productions and Quality Transmedia have announced that a live-action series based on the comic is also in development, and in May, Image Comics/Shadowline will release the second trade paperback volume of the series. PETER PANZERFAUST: HOOKED (ISBN 978-1607067283) collects issues #6–10 of the series and features the introduction of Kapitan Haken, as well as the continued adventures of Peter, the Lost Boys, Wendy, and Tiger Lily in their fight against the Nazis as part of the French Resistance. It will be in stores on May 15 and is available to pre-order now. Peter’s adventures will continue in PETER PANZERFAUST #11 in July. 

The project is executive produced by Adjacent Productions’ Senior Vice President of Scripted, Julie Gardner (Da Vinci’s Demons, Doctor Who, Torchwood), Dan Tischler (Gigi: Almost American; Torchwood: Web of Lies) and Quality Transmedia’s Jeff Krelitz.


Motion Comic Style Intro for The Walking Dead

Animated by Daniel M. Kanemoto

“The Walking Dead” Artwork by Charlie Adlard & Tony Moore

Fresh Blood” Written & Performed by eels

More info @Art of the Title


The first big Sorceress Lost post used a lot of “2.5D” techniques with the forest backgrounds, using 2D drawings of trees , grass, and bushes in a 3D space to help with panning shots and the like.

Going forward, I’m playing around with full 3D assets to make future environments, namely interiors of buildings, to be more flexible and easier to set up shots for. As you can see here, I’ve been able to match up the high contrast black and white of SL pretty well in 3D, even with this simple test asset!