Zaxby's Lunch Rush!! Special Effect Card. This girl basically hooked everyone up with a job at Zaxby's. You get this card for having mad networking skillz.
Basic ZLR!! resources. From top: Finger/Fry (one unit of work from the fryer station), Toast, Table (one unit of work from the food prep station, lettuce, tomato, onion, etc.), Wings, and Char (kitchen slang for "charbroiled filet").
"Seizmojigger" is a clone of Battleship, the Milton Bradley Parker Brothers Hasbro game, but with a "Tremors" movie franchise theme. You can play as various characters who have different special abilities and moves, largely inspired by Advance Wars 2 on the GBA.
The characters are surprisingly well-balanced. I converted this into a C# .exe for my first programming project, you can find it at Seizmojigger.com where I'm now trying to make it a web-based online multiplayer game.
My darling wife actually let me design this movie poster as our wedding invitation! Our early relationship and getting to know our in-laws made for a barrage of cultural diffusion jokes, as her family is all from Georgia and mine is all from Massachussetts. Our wedding had a Civil War theme to really twist the knife, boys wore Union blue, girls wore Confederate gray. Her 5-year old was featured in the middle trying to break up fights, such as chowdah vs. grits, lobstah vs. chicken 'n waffles, and Flo from Progressive inSURance in an umBRELLa fight vs. the GEICO INsurance caveman with an UMbrella. Note also that the Patriots would never fight the bulldogs... This is because in New England, we watch pro ball, but in the south, college football is the local religion.
"Ryuu wa Chuugoku no Ryoori ni Natteimasu," is the title, meaning "Dragon Turning Into Chinese Food" in Japanese. He also changes from sumi-e ink to pastel in the process. Very pretentious, very weeaboo.
Heck, I even had desktop wallpapers ready to merchandise before I drew a single page!
Now, I actually did draw about 60 pages of "Buntstift G" before I ran out of steam, this was going to be the cover and was my website's splash page. It was a typical giant robot (or "mecha") manga, high school girl saves the world from paint-stealing colorful aliens that are triple-jointed and speak German. I wanted to lampoon "Engrish," the Japanese habit of constantly borrowing English terms often resulting in great unintentional humor. It happens in many cultures of course, how many Americans actually know what their Chinese tattoo says? So to avoid harping entirely on the Japanese, I picked German out of a hat. The alients would say things like "Wo ist deine Schule?" and it would be subtitled "Take me to your leader!" etc.
A scientific term collage I made as one of my first "serious" experiments with Photoshop, after having my first actual class on it, 3 versions into having used it all the time as an amateur.