Monday, December 21, 2009

I must have been good


To receive such a lovely gift. Thank You Andy, and of course Billy for sharing some his Right Royal Meats and Squeezings.







We just finished a pilot Based the characters in Mr.Stanton's Mr.Gum book series.

8 comments:

RooniMan said...

Yay for meat!

ThomasHjorthaab said...

wow! when can I see that pilot dude?:D

Vincent Waller said...

Hopefully on Nick soon. Time will tell. Right now they are testing it on stunt children in the Super secret Nick laboratories bunker 2miles below the Griffith Observatory. We'll see how they respond to a cranky ol'man with a bug living in his nose.

ArtF said...

SHWEET! very nice, Vincent! i will keep my digits coupled in a cross-wise fashion for ya.

ThomasHjorthaab said...

great man!

Vince,I was thinking maybe you could help out, which program would you prefer to do animation in...
Me and a buddy are about to do our second animation project together, and on the first one I used Photoshop and flash, and he made it all come together in after effects...

But I don't think it was the best way to do it!
There were some small things that didn't work that well, and that made me insane...

I really like the way the Spongebob movie looks, what did you guys use for that one?

Cheers, happy holidays

chrisallison said...

All I wanted for Christmas is some new Vincent Waller blog doodles. I've been a good boy. Except on weekends. C'moooooon!

I'm gonna try to be applying for jobs in the next couple weeks. If I'm dropping something off at Nickelodeon, maybe I can drop by during lunch for a bit and watch this pilot. I heard it was hilarious and I gotta learn from the best

Vincent Waller said...

Hi Chris,
Absolutely let me know the day before and we can eat and of course you can watch Gum.
I try and draw more.

Chris Sig said...

Given that I've just recently been introduced to Mr Gum, it's a surprise to see it adapted for an animated pilot - I'm actually eager to see how well the book's surreal Python-like humour would translate into cartoon form!

Great jorb with the artworks, too :)