(This is going to be one of those grumpy old men, shaking his fist at the absurdity of the modern world kind of posts. Fair warning.) I have always had a soft spot for Thomas, the cheeky little British steam engine who will often cause quite a fuss for Sir Topenhat and the other residence [...]
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Leandro Copperfield created this wonderful tribute to the beautiful films of Pixar. He writes: Pixar’s films have always been very important in my life. I was 6 years old when I watched Toy Story the first time, and his films made my childhood more happy. So this video is a personal tribute for, in my [...]
Mike Witmer Pointed this article out. Very fascinating thought on the importance of presentation when it comes to displaying your work for a client or a customer. We all know presentation affects consumer perceptions of quality and value, and people will frequently assign one of two identical items as being proportionally better than the other [...]
If your like me, (and I know you are) then you love robots. You also probably really love very finely crafted experiences that center around robots. If this is the case, then you are sure to love Machinarium. It is one of the most beautiful and meticulously created games I have played in a long [...]
The cartooning and animation communities recently banned together to help the family of Tim Hodge, a former Disney animator and a writer and director on the very popular Veggie Tales series. I don’t know Tim personally, but being a big fan of animation, and a HUGE Veggie Tales fan, his work has influenced me greatly [...]
Well, 2010 is going to be an amazing time for Robot Beach and I wanted to share my plans for the coming year with all of you. In addition to the comic, I will be creating a series of animated shorts for Robot Beach! Now, many of you probably already know this, but Robot Beach [...]
Recently I was lucky enough to be interviewed by Paul Caggegi for his wonderful podcast show The Process Diary. We talked about Robot Beach, Annabelle’s Bistro, and other animation and illustration related topics. This was my first interview about my comic I and I think it turned out great. (Even though at times I feel [...]
I love me some John Cleese, and he has kind of a fascinating take on creativity. (Although I don’t want to believe it, because I care for my laptop to much.) I will say that about half of the stuff I’ve written has been thanks to a spark that hits me when I am asleep. [...]
This. Is. Awesome.
Ok, So I fully admit that I missed out on some amazing stuff with Samurai Jack. It was the best designed cartoon ever to exist. I’ve seen like, three episodes. I suck. But you can watch this and not suck: Samurai Jack Cutout (Cartoon Network Promo) from Bent Image Lab on Vimeo. via: drawn!