An outlet for my brain when it fills with fire.
Holy shit! That was hysterical!Thanks Zeus!- trevor.
Yes thanks Zeus and Aaron Springer and maybe Casey Alexander (Not sure if he helped or not) for wondrous goodness.Aaron used to do a thing in his office called "The Beast" that had twenty people at time peering into his sliver thin office window, that was at once horrifying and hilarious.
yowza! disturbing yet funny.
"During Ren and Stimpy, between seasons he didn't lay off his crews like every other studio did back then. He paid us to study cartoons, to learn how to draw better. To dissect story lines, to make us better story tellers. That would have been pocketed vacation money to most other studio heads."Hey Vincent, if John Kricfalusi is like that, he sounds like a good guy and that he encourages people.I know its tempting to do, but dont fight people on blogs, it can drag on forever and isnt worth the time or energy.-Alex
Very true. The very words I've told people myself and others on more than one occasion.
Wow, Alex did you really just call me a kiss ass over on that blog?
I was chatting on AIM with Hryma and Jorge just now, and Jorge sent me a link to Bob Camp's blog. I went over there and was a little offended by his showing of his Ren and Stimpys and claiming that he held the copyright to it that I wanted to leave a comment saying something disparaging.Thankfully, Hryma talked me out of it saying essentially what Alex just did. Besides, as much as I disrespect Camp's actions, he's had more experience in the business than I have, so what the hell do I know?- trevor.
All I think Bob meant by that was that its not okay to take the drawings from his site and use them other places. You'd be surprised how people will lift things and use them to make money as logos and signs and such.He doesn't mean he has the copyright to R&S. John doesn't even have that. They are the property of Nickelodeon. Just like SpongeBob.Bob is good guy and has also gone out of his way to help out new talent including myself in more ways than you'll ever know.Sharing his skills and posting lessons and theories and such.He is one of the best draftsman, storytellers, gagmen and all around talents you'd ever want to meet.
Jack: I don't think I'd call it acomic.But yes I am aware of it.it's a shame when folks don't realize internet attacks can lead to real world consequences.
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