April 25, 2013
In “Kommandant Schultz”, Sergeant Schultz is appointed Kommandant and starts treating the prisoners as, well, prisoners. LeBeau’s and Newkirk’s answer? A salute that looks (in context) like something else entirely.
There’s something wonky with Newkirk’s eyes, but it’s just a draft for now.

In “Kommandant Schultz”, Sergeant Schultz is appointed Kommandant and starts treating the prisoners as, well, prisoners. LeBeau’s and Newkirk’s answer? A salute that looks (in context) like something else entirely.

There’s something wonky with Newkirk’s eyes, but it’s just a draft for now.

  1. thatsoneginger reblogged this from belphegor1982
  2. theghostninja said: That scene is why i love these two so much!
  3. theghostninja reblogged this from belphegor1982 and added:
    Nice work. That scene cracks me up everytime!
  4. the-7th-tutor reblogged this from belphegor1982 and added:
    I don’t know how you managed to get that, “F—- you” look in their eyes, but you totally did. Brava!
  5. feghoti said: This is really nice, I love your style. I can’t wait to see the final product [if you finish it]. Awesome!
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