I finally made up some channel icons for our Youtube channels. They’re no longer a palette swap of our main logo with a tiny icon in the corner, making them much easier to tell apart if you’re colour blind.
The icons feature our mascot, who remains unnamed, in situations representing their respective channels. They maintain the colour coding, and the lamb and taco motif. I kept the exact same head to further illustrate the link. Hopefully no one will be confused by the change.
And if you like what we do here, why not subscribe to one or both of our channels? Lambta.co Comedy features our sketches and cartoons, as well as some bonus videos. And Lambta.co Games showcases gameplay videos and guides for our games, mostly A Koopa’s Revenge 2.
Happy Lambta.co Tuesday. No new content to release today, but I’ve made up a new playlist over on the youtubes. It’s a compilation of all our fake commercials, starting with the fairly new Buttocks & Thighs. I hope to get more of these sorts of themed playlists made up in the future, once we have enough related videos, probably three at minimum.
I’ve also been adding tags to posts, making for little collections of related material, or material involving a certain character. For example, there’s a tag for fake commercials.
This one was originally made for the old Newgrounds bytesize. Which was a little player on NG’s front page that would run a bunch of really short cartoons. I couldn’t come up with a contribution for the longest time (ended up remaking a very old bit that was hidden away inside a game) so when I finally did submit my part, they discontinued the bytesize a few weeks later.
I am proud to announce Lambta.co will be releasing our first holiday special for this Easter. Unfortunately our policy of uploading on Lambta.co Tuesdays prevents a timely release, so I’m just going to go ahead and release it on the Tuesday before Easter, March 31st. At noon PST.
It’s also our first cartoon as Lambta.co. And it’s more of a Good Friday special the more I think about it, so I guess previous Tuesday is technically closer than the next.
One of the first things I had to do when I got professional grade video software, was go out and do up some light saber action. Unfortunately, I had left the shutter speed on my camera much too low resulting in doubled frames. But the second time, I made sweet light sabery action.
Also changed the Mutton Scraps thumbnails. It looks weird embedded, but on youtube they’re oddly narrow and it makes them stand out.