The Brothers Chaps' Side Projects

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The Brothers Chaps have participated in several side projects independent of Homestar Runner, especially during hiatuses.




Matt Chapman's voice credit


The title screen of The Brothers Chaps' cartoon, Two More Eggs.
  • The Paul and Storm Nondenominational Perennial Holiday Special - Parts One and Two The external website linked here contains offensive language and/or content. content warningPaul and Storm created a parody of holiday specials in two parts; Part One was released on December 1st, 2014, and Part Two was released on December 23. It was created in order to serve as the $100,000 stretch goal for Paul and Storm's Ball Pit album. Mike and Matt are credited with animating the special, as well as helping to create the story. In addition, Matt voiced the character Mister Small Business. One of the backgrounds also contains a Videlectrix logo, and the "Indie Record Store" character bears a resemblance to Mike.
  • Two More Eggs — A series of shorts produced by The Brothers Chaps for Disney XD's YouTube channel and other platforms.
  • Camp Camp — Matt provides the voice of Carl, Neil's father in the season 2 finale The external website linked here contains offensive language and/or content. content warning.


Music and Music Videos


  • Eye, Eye, Cap'n! — An extremely short game created in 24 hours for the VR Austin Jam 2018. Matt provided the voice for Cap'n Capman, who is named after him.


  • If I Ran the Camera — Mike and Matt created this Flash slideshow for a poem that their sister Karen had written for their father, Don Chapman, for Father's Day. The slideshow featured images of Don with his granddaughter Astrid Renee (Karen's daughter). This piece was a secret page originally posted on, but it was removed sometime in 2003 after the Brothers Chaps realized that fans had discovered it.


  • On December 16th, 2011, Mike created an animated feature for the mass-emailing site MailChimp. View the article and video here.

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