Friday, July 24, 2009

Today at ComicCon

For those of you who saw the show yesterday say hi in the comments. Tell me what you thought of the pitch, especially. Thanks for coming!

We will be doing signings in autograph alley at 12:-2:00 and 4:00 - 6.

We will also have t shirts of Donald Bastard, Sody Pop (and some classic surprise shirts) and George Liquor and toys for your collection.[ladiesblen.jpg]

You can also find toys at my booth in exhibit Hall A, row 400 at the back under the Cafe Express sign. All day.

10 comments:

Kristen McCabe said...

I saw this online today:

http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2431/3748650230_afa85dab5f_b.jpg

Andrew said...

Lots of fun....the highlight of my comic-con experience this year. I really hope to see that cartoon go into production. Loved the cat's reaction to the chair. Thanks!

Zypsiollia said...

I wrote this article back in November. I thought you might find it slightly amusing...then again, you might completely disagree. Either way, enjoy.

http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1172676/traditional_animation_vs_digital_animation.html?cat=2

Dude said...

thanks for the drawing ^_^ i cant wait to frame it and show it off when friends come over. you are so awesome! :D

JohnK said...

You're welcome!
why not upload it and send me a link and I'll post it!

Gavin Freitas said...

The pitch was great and I'm sure any company with half a brain would pick this up. We must see more George Liquor cartoons...

Bo said...

The pitch was awesome and hilarious! I loved the whole thing. And the drawings that went with it really sold it. Hope the meeting goes well.

Best of luck,
Bo

Rachel O said...

The pitch was amazing! Not only is the story itself hilarious, but seeing you come alive in your selling of it was inspiring. Your enthusiasm is infectious and it was a great lesson in how to get an audience interested in an idea. I think it would be a wonderful service to your other fans and animators if you were to upload a video of yourself pitching online. More people should get a chance to see how well a person's energy and showmanship can pay off in a pitch delivery--I'm really glad I got to see it in person!

stonecoldmark said...

John K.
I recorded the entire pitch from Comic-Con. Would you like a copy of it. I tried to keep it interesting by including shots of the pictures that help seel the pitch. I loved it and have watched it twice already.

Kelly Kilmer said...

LOVED The pitch. Can't wait to see it come to life on the screen.