Wednesday, 19 August 2009

Corner Geass: Lelouch of Saskatchewan

Corner Geass: Lelouch of Saskatchewan

As soon as I had the idea to combine Corner Gas and Code Geass, I knew I was onto something.

Corner Geass: Lelouch of Saskatchewan is set in a futuristic Canada, renamed Area 11 by the occupying Brittanian Empire. Lelouch Leroy, exiled son of the Emperor of Brittania, was forced to flee as a child to Canada after his mother's assassination. He soon found himself in Dog River, Saskatchewan, where he opened a gas station. Lelouch's life changed when a mysterious girl named C.C. Dollard granted him Geass - the absolute power to spot shirts that look really good. Along with the other residents of Dog River - like the dopey, unemployed Suzaku Yarbo (son of the last Canadian prime minister, Genbu Yarbo) and Shirley Burrows, who runs the diner next door - Lelouch divides his time between pumping gas, attending the Britannian private school Ashford Academy, bantering with his friends and customers, and assuming an alter ego named Zero to fight the Britannian Empire and restore freedom to Canada.


Saturday, 30 May 2009

PM Palpatine

PM Palpatine

In recent news, the government is planning on making it even harder than it already was for students to qualify for financially independent status so they can get Youth Allowance. What this means is that lots of regional students who would otherwise be able to get Youth Allowance and move to the city to go to uni might not be able to.

To commemorate this act of unprovoked malice towards the youth of Australia, I've created this portrait of our fearless leader thoughtless arsehole Kevin Rudd.


Sunday, 5 April 2009

Mech with socks

UNSW Mechsoc T-shirt competition entry

At uni there's a competition to design a T-shirt for the mechanical engineering society, Mechsoc. I fail to see how anything other than a LEGO mech wearing socks could win this competition.

Click on photo for bigger version.

Mech photo from Flickr. Released under CC BY-NC-SA.


Friday, 9 November 2007

Expansion of the core content paradigm

I know I haven't updated this blog much recently. That's why, as of now, I'm expanding the scope of the blog to include other types of images. Specifically, Photoshopped stuff. (Or GIMPed stuff, as the case may be, since I don't use Photoshop any more.)

So without further ado, here is my latest abomination: David Gilmour rocking out on an IBM Model M keyboard.

DG rocking out on an M

I don't know why I did this.

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