Monday, January 11, 2010

If you came here from Reddit...

you might find this fun

16 comments:

Trevor Thompson said...

I came here from Florida and I find it fun!

RooniMan said...

I've seen the video of you pitching long ago, you do a nice George Liquor.

Iron maiden said...

hey john what ever happened to the video of george liqour mowing his lawn?

Gary Wintle said...

It was great seeing my internet worlds collide. Shucks, John, what a great letter.

nintendo_freak1994 said...

Hey John, I don't know if you knew this but Ren and Stimpy was paordied in Tiny Toons before.

Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXaQdkTYc4w


Also, I loved that George pitch. It was genious. :)

Noel said...

I ENVY (coveted) that light-table, that is such a loving invention, the guy that invented that "LOVED TO DRAW"!!

Jolted said...

Back in 2002 I met a woman in Manhattan who had loads of what appeared to be your original artwork in her house. She told me that the two of you were working on an ice-cream bar product featuring your characters on the wrapper and cookies, but had a disagreement over yadda yadda. I was curious if that situation has been resolved, or if the characters will ever be seen online or on TV? Thanks for your time, your art, and my childhood memories!

AShortt said...

Genius, the coloring is what I wish for all cartoons. The highest quality in drawing as well as original and funny as hell. Cannot believe or understand how this is not in production...makes me burrrrning mad.

ArtF said...

We all appreciate your generosity, John. Now maybe other folks will see and appreciate it too.

Sherri said...

I came here from Reddit. I just want you to know that I think you and everything here is fantastic.

Aaron said...

I'd been reading this blog already for a while now, but that reddit story made me curious about the Preston Blair book, the title of which I've missed if you mentioned it anywhere here before. What book was it?

JohnK said...

Aaron, click the link at the bottom of this post "Looking For Free Cartoon Lessons?"

it will take you to Preston Blair

Tyler Campbell said...

Hey John,

Why not use Kickstarter to fund a cartoon?

You set up tiered donations and give different rewards to each tier. If your funding target isn't met, nothing happens. There's already plenty of no-name projects with more than $20,000 in funding, so I assume you could top that pretty easily. That might not be enough funding to do exactly what you'd like, but you could always start small...

http://kickstarter.com

[I'm not affiliated with the site, but I have used it as a donor]

Elana Pritchard said...

The book is so cheap on Amazon- get it!

Aaron said...

Ah! Thank you, John.

damsel said...

What's with the glitter on that George Liquor piece? Do you use gel pens on these?