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Short note today, I uploaded the new cartoon starring Scooter and Ferret up yesterday – Check it out! And if you like it, don’t forget to rate it and pass it on… Bookmark It Hide Sites

I’m so glad the Olympics are over, now I can finally get some sleep. Seriously, skating was regularly getting good at 11 at night. This will be the week I post the new cartoon ‘Animal Court’, which my good friend Claude Edwards recorded over 10 years ago. Right before the Internet bubble burst, Flash cartoons […]

I wrapped up the the new cartoon tonight and what a great feeling it is to have it done before the weekend. Especially when I’ll need to put some time into scanning and lettering more strips by Monday. I know my life is weird when I find myself holding an MP3 player up to some […]

I was chatting with another webcomics artist the other day and he made a suggestion: a good way to get the word out is to put up some animated cartoons on YouTube, but of course he was sure I would have figured that out on my own. At which point I kicked myself because no, […]

Someone who has always had a lot of kind and inspiring words to say is Floyd Norman, former Disney animator who has published several books including the one I bought from him in San Diego, Faster! Cheaper! The Flip Side to the Art of Animation. Not only does the book give us a glimpse of […]

As part of my preparations for the upcoming re-launch, I’m moving this website over to a new server. I installed WordPress on Network Solutions and they are not one of those open, friendly hosting services that gives you access to the database. I have to manually transfer the content into the new admin. Consequently I […]

Once you’ve been tagged, you are supposed to write a note with 27 random things, facts, habits, or goals about you. At the end, choose 27 people to be tagged. You have to tag the person who tagged you. (To do this, go to “notes” under tabs on your profile page, paste these instructions in […]

In 1999, I had been working for an animation studio for just over half a year. The Cartoon Network had been doing a campaign with us that ended over Christmas, and although they threw us a fantastic open bar party, my old friend Brian accurately described it as a parting gift. The work dried up, […]

There’s never any question in my mind why I got out of animation. I didn’t like coming to work and begging. Get finished with your work, knowing that you need to make rent, wondering where the money is going to come from. When I would complete my scene, my director would tell me to go […]

Hitting Atlanta this weekend was briefly touch and go, but the leg pain turned out to be a post-op sunburn only, so I’ve got to pack, wash the dog, stock the MP3 player and get on the road. I was mostly expecting to see my sister and get a Primerica pitch, but a note just […]

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